ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL STATISTICS

OF SRI LANKA 2011

CENTRAL BANK OF SRI LANKA

ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL STATISTICS
of SRI LANKA
2011

Central Bank of Sri Lanka

3611 ISBN 978 .lk Volume XXXIII ISSN 1391 .gov. .212 . 300/- Printed at Central Bank Printing Press.955 . Sri Jayawardenepura Mw.. 58. : Fax : E-mail : Web site : 2477377 2477728 stat@cbsl. Box 590 Colombo. Sri Lanka.cbsl. Rajagiriya. O.1 April 2011 Price : Rs. Published by Statistics Department Central Bank of Sri Lanka.575 . Tel.Central Bank of Sri Lanka Statistics Department P. 30. Sri Lanka.lk http://www. Sri Lanka. Colombo 01. Janadhipathi Mawatha.

5 Gross National Product by Industrial Origin at Constant (2002) Prices of Major Economic Activities 4.13 Migration for Foreign Employment … … 3.10 Employment … … 3.6 Population Density … … 3.11 Provincial Gross Domestic Product by Industrial Origin at Current Prices … 4.9 Quarterly Estimates of GDP [at Constant (2002) Prices] … … 4.3 Rainfall and Rainy Days – Selected Stations 2.15 Departures for Foreign Employment by Skill Level.2 5.2 Population by Religion and Ethnicity – Census Years … 3. GNP and Deflators (Factor Cost Prices) 1960 – 2010 … … 4.7 Composition of Gross Domestic Product at Current Prices … … 4.1 Summary of National Accounts … … 4.10 Aggregate Demand … … … 4.1 Mean Temperature … 2. Agriculture 5.8 Crude Birth Rates and Death Rates by District … 3.4 Population by Age Group … … 3.1 Population by District and Sector 1981 and 2001 … 3.12 Provincial Gross Domestic Product by Industrial Origin at Current Prices – 2008 … 4. Population and Labour Force 4. Key Socio-Economic Indicators 1.8 Investment and Savings (Current Market Prices) … … 4.6 Gross National Product by Industrial Origin at Current Prices of Major Economic Activities 4.3 Gross Domestic Product at Constant Factor Cost Prices 1960 – 2010 … 4.2 GDP.2 Real Sector 1.14 Departures for Foreign Employment by Country … 3.12 Public Sector Employment … … 3.5 External Sector 1.1 5.4 Prices and Wages 1.8 Government Finance 1.10 Infrastructure 2.13 Provincial Gross Domestic Product by Industrial Origin at Current Prices – 2009 … 5. Province and Gender 4.3 Agriculture and Industry 1. Climate … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … 1 1 2 2 3 4 4 5 5 8 … … … … … … … … … … … … 9 9 10 11 3.4 Gross Domestic Product at Current Factor Cost Prices 1960 – 2010 … 4.Table of CONTENTS Page 1. National Accounts … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … 12 12 13 13 14 15 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 … … … … … … … … … … … … … 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 32 33 34 35 36 … … … 2.6 Money and Money Rates 1.5 Population by Province and District … … 3.3 Tea Rubber Coconut … … … … … … ( iii ) … 37 … 38 … 39 (Continued) .2 Rainfall and Rainy Days – Hydro-Catchment Areas 2.1 Sri Lanka – Country Profile 1.3 Population by District.4 Humidity … 3.9 Financial Institutions 1.7 Vital Statistics … … 3. Age Group and Gender 3. Religion and Ethnicity – 2001 Census … 3.16 Departures for Foreign Employment by District.7 Money and Capital Markets 1.9 Labour Force … … 3.11 Unemployment … … 3.

12 National Livestock Statistics by District – 2010 … 5.5 Average Retail Prices of Selected Food Items by Province … 7.3 Milk and Milk Products … … 6.14 Livestock and Poultry – Average Producer Prices – 2010 … 5.16 Operating Fishing Craft by Province and Type … 5.19 Fertilizer … … 5.7 Cement … … 6.12 Board of Investment (BOI) Enterprises … 7.18 Plantation Sector – Manpower.15 All Island Average Wages in the Informal Sector – 2010 … 7.7 Principal Crops by Province … … 5.12 Minimum Wage Rate Indices of Workers in Wages Board Trades 7.5 Summary of External Trade Selected Exports Selected Imports Imports by Major Categories Direction of Trade – Exports … … … … … … … … … … (Continued) ( iv ) . Industry … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 47 48 48 49 49 50 51 52 53 … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … 54 54 55 56 57 57 58 58 59 60 61 63 7.4 8.7 Average Producer Prices of Selected Food Items by Province … 7.1 Industrial Production … … 6.TabLE of Contents (Continued) Page 5.1 Consumer Price Indices … … 7. External Trade and Finance … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … 64 64 65 66 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 75 76 76 77 … … … … … … … … … … 78 79 79 80 81 6.3 Colombo Consumers' Price Index (1952=100) … 7.15 Fish Production by Province … … 5.1 8. Farmgate Prices and Costs of Cultivation – 2010 5.13 Livestock and Poultry – Average Producer Prices – 2009 … 5.2 Wholesale Price Index … … 7.10 Nominal Wage Rate Indices 1959 – 2010 … 7.11 Water – Consumers.9 Gross Generation of Electricity by Power Stations –2008 and 2009 6.14 All Island Average Wages in the Informal Sector – 2009 … 7. Extent.6 Subsidiary Food Crops … … 5.8 Electricity … … 6.13 Wage Rate Indices of Government Employees … 7.6 Minerals … … 6.3 8.8 Agricultural Crops – Yields.20 Settlements and Land Cultivated under Mahaweli Programme … 6.8 Retail Prices of Selected Food Items in Selected Districts – 2009 7.2 8.10 Electricity Sales by Provinces … … 6.9 Retail Prices of Selected Food Items in Selected Districts – 2010 7.17 Cultivation Loans – Refinance Credit Schemes … 5.5 Paddy … … 5. Consumption and Revenue by Province … 6.4 Minor Export Crops … … 5.11 National Livestock Statistics by District – 2009 … 5. Production and Yield … 5.9 Agricultural Crops – Yields.5 Petroleum … … 6.10 Fish and Livestock … … 5.16 Cost Indices for Construction … … 8.4 Average Retail Prices of Selected Consumer Items … 7. Prices and Wages 8.11 Average Daily Wage Rates in Selected Activities … 7.2 Sugar … … 6. Farmgate Prices and Costs of Cultivation – 2009 5.4 Textiles … … 6.6 Average Producer Prices of Selected Items … 7.

8 11.9 Port Services … 12.3 10.4 Motor Vehicles by Province … 12.5 9.3 11.2 Road Kilometerage by Province and District 12.6 SLTB / Regional Bus Companies … 12.11 11.8 8.14 8.9 11.1 11.5 New Registration of Motor Vehicles … 12.6 9. Government Finance 10.13 8.12 11.7 11.2 11.7 8.8 9. Banking and Financial Institutions 11.4 9.2 9.5 11.11 8.13 Assets and Liabilities of the Central Bank Selected Financial Highlights of Commercial Banks Assets and Liabilities of Commercial Banks Mobilization of Deposits by Type of Deposit Deposits of Commercial Banks by Ownership Loans and Advances of Commercial Banks by Purpose Number of Bank Branches by Province Banking Density by District … Bank Branch Network … Registered Finance Companies … Unit Trusts … Summary of Regional Rural / Regional Development Banks Summary of Co-operative Rural Banks and Credit Societies 12.10 11.6 11.6 8. Money and Capital Markets 9.5 10.8 Aviation – Air Lanka / Sri Lankan Airlines 12.7 Sri Lanka Railways … 12.6 10.7 Summary of Fiscal Operations … Functional Classification of Current Expenditure Capital Expenditure and Lending … Government Revenue … Government Domestic Debt … Government Foreign Debt … Revenue and Expenditure of Provincial Councils 11.3 9.1 9.12 8.3 Road Kilometerage by Province … 12.9 8.10 Selected Public Transport Indicators by Province (  ) … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … 82 83 83 84 84 85 87 88 89 90 … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … 91 … 92 … 93 … 94 … 95 … 96 … 97 … 98 … 102 … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … 104 105 105 106 106 107 108 … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … 109 110 111 112 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 119 … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … 120 120 121 122 123 123 124 125 125 126 (Continued) .1 10.1 Road Network … 12.4 11.9 Reserve Money … Money Supply … … Broad Money Supply (M2b) Interest Rates … Government Debt Market … Share Market Indicators … Share Issues … Share Trading Indicators by Business Sector Share Trading Indicators by Major Company (Milanka) 10.10 8.15 Page Direction of Trade – Imports … Central Bank Trade Indices – Volume … Central Bank Trade Indices – Value … Central Bank Trade Indices – Unit Value Exchange Rates – Year End … Balance of Payments … Financing of the External Resources Gap Workers’ Remittances … Tourism … External Debt and Debt Service Payments 9.4 10.TabLE of Contents (Continued) 8. Transportation 12.2 10.7 9.

2 15.19 Health Services … … … 13.15 Demographic Indicators: SAARC Countries … Demographic Indicators: Selected East Asian Countries … National Accounts Indicators: SAARC Countries … National Accounts Indicators: Selected East Asian Countries … Agricultural and Industrial Indicators: SAARC Countries … Agricultural and Industrial Indicators: Selected East Asian Countries Inflation: Sri Lanka and Selected Countries … External Trade and Finance Indicators: SAARC Countries … External Trade and Finance Indicators: Selected East Asian Countries Monetary and Fiscal Indicators: SAARC Countries … Monetary and Fiscal Indicators: Selected East Asian Countries … Social Indicators: SAARC Countries … … Social Indicators: Selected East Asian Countries … Doing Business Ranking .6 15.13 University Education … … … 13.4 Socio-Economic Conditions : Per Capita Daily Energy Intake for Selected Food Items by Province   – 1996/97 and 2003/04 … … … 13.2 Socio-Economic Conditions by Province – 2003/04 … … 13. Pupils and Teachers … … 13.10 14.3 14.15 University Admission by Province and District … … 13.20 Selected Public Health Personnel … … … 13.7 World Tea Production – Land Area.11 14.TabLE of Contents (Continued) Page 13.3 Socio-Economic Conditions : Monthly Per Capita Consumption of Selected Food Items – 2003/04 13.7 14.18 Technical Colleges … … … 13.22 Activities of Health Campaigns … … … 13.14 Eligibility.4 15.9 14.7 General Education … … … 13.8 14.8 Teachers and Pupils by Province and District … … 13.6 14.2011 : Selected East Asian Countries … 15.5 14. Sri Lanka and Asia 14.11 Students and New Admissions in Government Schools … … 13.5 Socio-Economic Conditions : Per Capita Daily Protein Intake for Selected Food Items by Province   – 1996/97 and 2003/04 … … … 13.21 Public Health Personnel by District – 2008 … … 13. World Tables 15.6 Key Socio-Economic Indicators by Sector – 2006/07 and 2009/10 … 13.13 14. Socio – Economic Services 13.27 Prisoners by District … … … 13.12 Government Schools by Type.16 University Admission by Academic Stream and District … … 13.3 15.24 Telecommunication Services … … … 13.9 Government Schools by Size of Student Population … … 13.1 15.17 University Admission by Academic Stream and Ethnicity … … 13.1 Sri Lanka Socio-Economic Conditions 1953 – 2003/04 … … 13.1 14. Admission and Enrollment of Students for University Education … 13.5 15. Exports and Imports … Growth of Real GDP … … Consumer Price Changes … … Exports … … Imports … … Human Development Index (HDI) and Sub Indices of HDI – 2010 Human Development Index … … ( vi ) … 127 … 129 … 131 … 135 … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … 136 137 138 139 140 142 144 145 145 146 147 148 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 157 158 159 160 … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … 161 161 162 163 164 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 170 171 171 … … … … … … … … … … … … … … 172 174 175 176 177 178 179 .14 14.12 14.10 Government School Teachers by Category of Appointment … … 13.26 Prisoners … … … 13.2011 : SAARC Countries … Doing Business Ranking .28 Selected Demography of Prisoners … … … 14.25 Mass Media … … … 13.23 Postal Services … … … 13.2 14.4 14.

% of GDP (f) 84.54 60.215 10.7 41.3(e) 7.0(c) 5.4(d) 8.2 15 .7 12.453 2. (f) Including Eastern province but excluding Northern province.1 1. max.0 28.6 59.411 4. US $ Per Capita GDP (PPP).438 43.1 (62.7 Public Debt Rs.9 12. min.) (2010) : 1. % External Sector 4.6 M2b Growth. Rs.2 7.2 18.415 1.6 Others 0.0. 24.835 5.0 25. Years (2007) 74.6 835.610 62.0 27. 887 972 1.530 GNP (Market Prices) : Rs.593 1.822 2.2 110.6 59.7(f) 6.368 US $ 1. 26. 4.5 0 . (e) Excluding Northern and Eastern provinces. 0.0 ECONOMY 2007 2008 2009 2010(a) Real Sector GDP at Market Prices.653 62. Bn 595.051 1.1 236.8 2.1) Hill Country. Bn % of GDP -246.806.3 32.4 59.6 3. Rs.270 15.8 23. Bn US $ Mn External Debt Rs.9 20.540 4.22 1. (c) Excluding Northern and Eastern provinces. (f) All the districts are included.0 1.7 13.306 4.1 27. 65.0 83.280.201.342 7.9 18.708 804.494 5.0 82.5 6.590.8 3.9 17. km.9 17.50 1.4 28.5 8.450 (2009) 20.0 70.4 4.6 686.1 1.5 Muslims 7.3 13.9 1.653 Population Growth.2 Real Sector 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009(a) 2010(b) Demography Population.956 1.5 Exports (Goods & Services) Rs.6 82. Table 1.7 20./ US $ Rs.14 35.091 2. 1.3 SOCIAL INDICATORS Human Development Index (2010) 0.462 19.4(d) 5.811 93. ’000 19.% (g) 14.4 (75.612 1.091.7 178.621 2.589.9(f) 3.5 725. 31.9 18.7 Domestic Savings 21.7 6.689 5.0 3.379 21. 16.3) Annual Rainfall (Avg.0 17.4 6.06 172.780 Per Capita GNP : Rs.3 26.411 40.7 58.5 28.1 12.033 2.0 Budget Deficit 841.4 15.1 Sri Lanka – Country Profile AREA Gross Excluding Inland Waters Sq.1 % By Age Groups %   By Sector Urban 21.6 15.).5 59.775 1.37 1.617 4.0 23.1 12.3 77.977 1.1 1.8 22.8 6.2 Rural 72.9 Literacy Rate (d).402 1. Bn.0 28. Bn 16.7 National Savings (a) Revised (b) Provisional.632 Central 2.226 1. Bn.0 27.5 28.6 6.921 399 Total 20.5 24.943 4.806 2.259 2.9 Agriculture 28.768 538.4 28.5 59. 84.7 Hindus 15.4 86.835 42.7 27.6 48.2 12.1 5.5 22.3 6.709 15.7 28.6 13.4 86.0 -6. (c) Reported by the Registrar General’s Department.4 92.741 127 Uva 1.3(c) 48.041.898 3.4 27.7 Industry 57.2 17.0 16.9 -476.0 12. 17.522 13.7 218.6 59. US $ Growth of GDP (in Real Terms).522.0 (2010) Province Population ’000 Land Area Density of (2010) (Sq.575 482 Southern 2. 17. (d) Including Eastern province but excluding Northern province.9 Buddhists 69.) Population Western 5.602 GDP (Market Prices) : Rs. (d) Based on Labour Force Survey conducted by DCS.3 11.9 4.1 -7.9 32.5 Climate Temperature : °C (ºF) Low Country.62 169.181 145.705 329 Composition of Population (1981 Census) By Ethnicity % By Religion % Sinhalese 73.653 (2010) Population Growth (c) (%) 1.1 81.413 12.776 3.0 % of GDP 11.24 Revenue and Grants Rs.6 1.014 4.6 24.6 Moors 7.450 20.1 82.561 9.0 1.277 6.0 Money Stock M2b . Rs.579 32.031 8.658 (min.1 18.5 271.3 55 & Above 4. (b) Provisional estimates of Department of Census & Statistics (DCS) based on the Census of Population and Housing – 2001.335 159 Sabaragamuwa 1.3 Sri Lankan Tamils 12.8 28.6   Government Consumption 22.193 8.939 3.2 3.845 1.252 19.2 28.727 15.3 Consumption 12.8 8.561 16.1 49.886 20.4 -9.2 1. Bn US $ Mn % of GDP Exchange Rate (Avg. Mn.3 16.096 10.2   Government Investment 16.7 24.4 114.33 171.161.4 4.3 59. % of Labour Force 11. % 1.805 106.7 42.383 463 Northern 1.240 9.94 177.9 12.7 40.8 Investment 2.445 2.9 2. .9 -445.2 6.5 Rs.3 Services Expenditure and Savings. % Agriculture Industry Services Unemployment.7 4.7 2.0 81.640 1.0 39.602 49.070 2.  (g) Figures from 2002 onwards are based on the estimates of the DCS.6(e) 48.5 8. Participation Rate % 50.694 411.1 28.042 9.0(e) 5. Bn US $ Bn Per Capita GDP.3 4.5 Estate 6.9(d) 48.Key Socio-Economic Indicators Table 1.4 17.0 Real GDP Growth.1(d)   (% of Household Population) 8. min. % 1.282 956.7 24.167 2.7 59.010 20.5 59.4 1.007 19.345 11.0 5.9) max.3 23.1 (2009) 1.6 28.989 43.404.2 1.0 84.217 20. Bn US $ Mn External Assets (g) Rs.1 996.893 212.3 59.6 -7.716 267.6 59.1 108.966 2.3 (79.8(d) 4. Bn US $ Mn Imports (Goods & Services) Rs.662 44.4 28.361 167 North-Western 2.6 13.1 15. Acres 6.1 Christians 7. (e) Excluding Mullaitivu and Kilinochchi districts.9(d) Unemployment.595 6.5 12.9 -309.8(c) 8.135 18.9 US $ Bn.220 8. % GDP by Sectors.972 233.9 5.9 (a) Provisional.8(c) 49.) Rs.7 (89.0 Labour Force.030 2.705 ’000 ha. % (2009) 91.8 1.4 15.2 81.2 1.367 123.4(f) 5.115 1.3 113.8 Inflation Change of CCPI Annual (Avg.5 22.1 83. Km.992 mm Demography Population Mid year (b) (’000) 20.5(c) 6.399 5.1 1.699 15.5(d) 48.0 22.5 US $ Bn.668 19.744 176.636 1.0) Average Male Female Life Expectancy.2 7.506 312 North-Central 1.8 Others 0.3 17.6 Expenditure & Net Lending Rs.326 8.8 90.057 4.3(f) 51. % of Labour Force National Accounts (g) 1.423 2.0 5.0 11. Bn 5. % 3.579 4.107 37.8 Sectoral Composition of GDP.7(d) 48. (g) Calculated at market value and includes Asian Clearing Union receipts.599 1.9 28.0 16.5 Indian Tamils 5. Bn 85.865 3.779 5.0 21.8) max.8(f) Money and Inflation 15.2 4./ SDR Fiscal Sector 4.2(c) 49.290 144 Eastern 1.4 6.

6 220.525.6 Other Industrial Products 93. 270.8 458 1.2 193.909 3. Tea.0 2.2 457.0 140.317 Agricultural Exports.7 17.246 156 317 104 2.679.4 Wholesale Price Index (1974 = 100) Change ( % ) 3.116.2 290.1 452 1.2 18.5 4.8 14.0 74.6 222.865.2 465.2 285. Kgs.8 2.4 14.375.4 18.7 137.740 163 445 97 772 171 92 601.6 155.180.7 232.2 7.4 2. Rs.0 Construction Cost Index (1990 = 100) Change ( % ) Central Govt.8 Petroleum Local Refined Products.5 230.874 196 612 154 721 96 95 277. Mn.2 2.1 10.4 369.3 19.5 18.9(c) 660.8 21.938. Rubber.3 9.1 5.875 186 319 129 2.5 88.6 605.3 315. ’000 1.9 2.3 2.6 383.1 Rubber 2. (c) The weights used for the compilation of Private Sector Industrial Volume Index have been adjusted based on the Industrial Survey carried out by the Department of Census and Statistics (DCS) in 2002. Bn.9 192. = 100) Change ( % ) 1.2 3.1 1. Coconut.1 15.9 -4.0 Minor Agricultural Crops 16.500.126.8 30.4 256.5 202.2 5.0 12.7 8.4 Prices and Wages Price Indices – Twelve Month Average 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010(a) 105.392 3.215.797.3 Public Sector Industry Output Index (1997=100) 97.5 431 2.525. Mn. Kgs. Rs.3 126.5 281.8 19.0 Value Added in Industry (2002 Constant Prices).0 Textile & Wearing Apparel 7.5 217.4 154.6 36.0 1.7 1.7 696.9 145.9 338.7 291. Bn.9 11.3 4.6 387.6 13.740.7 116.071 147 305 92 2. 89.4 276.5 7.651.3 9.4 1.3 Sources : Department of Census and Statistics Institute for Construction Training and Development Central Bank of Sri Lanka (a) Provisional … Negligible  .5 34.562 2.078 226 702 196 774 72 108 241. Rs.1 15.3 32.7 Tea 63.0 8.0 421 1.5 417 Sources : Department of Census and Statistics Sri Lanka Customs Central Bank of Sri Lanka (a) Provisional.2 16.6 Coconut 8.0(c) 562.8 11.3(b) 200.105.2 333.033 203 677 144 786 126 97 319.893.9 298.3 351.5 320. 347.981 193 628 144 776 131 109 468. ’000 Bushels.8 5.2 376. = 100) Change ( % ) Wages Board Workers (1978 Dec.2 11.8 3.2 2.4 296.417.0 134.2 3.3 19.8 7.9 5. M.0 128.3 Value Added in Industry (2002 Current Prices).Key Socio-Economic Indicators Table 1.1 …  1.4 24.7 224.5 16.7 355.924. Rs.0 81.4 69.4 24.3 6.7 3. (b) Public Sector Output Index 2002 based on monthly industrial production survey.5 3. 270.T.6 343.4 25.8 199.5 18.0 8.9 11.5 80.1 373.502.6 2.4 414.591 3.329.7 272.3 2.6 385.070.9 Colombo Consumers’ Price Index (2002 = 100) Change ( % ) –  –  Implicit GDP Deflator (1996 = 100) Change ( % ) 160.0 163.8 456.0 …  1.9 3.3 1. Mn.7 395.2 136.9 9.4 1.6 7.4 4.3 3.4 21.9 20.7 9. = 100) Change ( % ) 1.6 6.3 435.205.9 3. Mn.6 32.2 11.1 108.321. MT ’000 Petrol Diesel Kerosene Furnace Oil Aviation Fuel Naphtha BOI Enterprises – Investments.713 161 559 142 624 114 113 380.8 10.5 1.1 65.1 168.653.648.8 5.5 4.6 12.6 263.9 14.1 5.7 2.8 1.2 26.0 84.223.4 19.785 3.342 160 311 109 2.652 175 291 137 2.7 134.171.9 2.8 303. Bn.5 31.589 158 442 93 686 126 84 861.2 478 1.9 2. Bn.131 150 305 118 2.9 113.0 2.4 315.6 Government Teachers (1978 Dec.7 11. Bn.2 721.2 10.4 1.6 177.5 91.8 115.0 1.1 1.3 609.1 13.0 27. Nuts 2.5 438 1.9 Private Sector Industrial Production Volume   Index (1997=100) 121. Employees (1978 Dec. Table 1.6 444.8 248.4 91.6 24.8 2.1 3.4 4.1(c) 667.889.4 166.713 164 453 111 731 154 100 701.2 12.859 137 311 91 2.5 11.9 920.3 129.6(c) 497.3 Agriculture and Industry 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010(a) 2.150.1 462 Principal Agricultural Produce Paddy.1 161.3 16.351.358.0 11.3 13.5 376.853 4.9 10.301 206 329 153 2.1 7.0 18.1 Wage Rate Indices – Twelve Month Average 208.3 Industrial Exports.869 3.5 92.628.818. Rs.6 25.4 219.4 3. Employment.7 7.1 15.6 206.1 411 1.0 86.304.0 Petroleum Products 108.2 172.3 16.5 1.180.828.515 3.9 795.4 516.5 18.0 163.628 126 309 95 2.828 179 485 83 781 195 105 774.0 84.6 245.6 3.5 183.7 12.0 11.1 27.8(b) 194.9 22.

7 1.79 0.9 315.9 34.525.63 151. 6.0 116.89 2.2 96.346 9.9 114.05 2.0 36.2 5.640 11.4 -3.96 157.7 845.50 135.2 413.6 34.4 643.2 -13.218 3.9 38.4 104. 393.370 6.133 6.6 345.3 36.828 2.333 Debt Service.6 -588.94 2.9 584./Euro Rs.7 21.22 172.2 956.3 -10.5 4.159.005 7.672 -2.406 4.7 94.657 7.4 36.201 4.5 3. data are based on GDP estimates compiled by the Department of Census and Statistics.29 2.3 136.2 2.4 43.6 255.0 -6.71 185.07 2.9 22.1 7.2 584.5 -2.8 -155.2 878.0 811.35 182.385 -214 2. In Months of Imports External Debt Rs.9 -8.5 28.1 8.9 1.296 -5.378.5 -145.1 4.5 113.4 11.5 -5.7 5.21 150.699 6.5 110.3 -9.10 1.7 -358.9 24.1 27.725 -1.886 -97 126 -1.5 3.3 23.1 4. US $ Mn.81 1.956 6.3 891.33 221.1 638. % of GDP 6.495 6.2 37. ’000 Exchange Rates (Annual Average) Rs.00 (a) Provisional (b) From 2003.883 10.1 -253.4 33.253 -3.735 11.3 -11.4 -647.186.7 1.32 160.438 7.521.8 -227.9 46.7 -10.97 559.539 5.662 13.7 4.3 7.24 177.4 16.1 88.63 2.7 813.4 9.7 2.8 -24.4 902.5 -420.4 36.23 2. % of Foreign Earnings 10.6 100.49 Source : Central Bank of Sri Lanka .9 1.60 0.7 183.4 4.066.6 1.621 1.091 -3.  494.3 56.9 (Billion of Rupees) 4.9 Terms of Trade (1997=100) 102.2 -160.0 -11.004 2.38 121.7 -5.709.45 125.66 500.243 5.3 -10.6 10.7 428.62 153.53 101.94 2.5 1.52 179.9 937.0 15.7 105.3 3.5 7.1 716.87 191.39 174.111 14.8 804.863 -3.91 108./SDR Rs.8 US $ Mn.4 2006 2007 2008 2009 -404.2 35.438 10.307 13.1 48.37 130.6 -7.30 438.205 8.981 8.3 495.6 56.28 0.666 3.2 2.87 1.6 -7.122 7.7 -154.205 1.516 6.74 566.1 -2.5 -0.3 -4.9 431.4 43.0 96.660 Overall Balance 338 502 -205 501 Income and Services Account Current Account Balance Balance of Payments 43 -236 227 215 -71 -648 38 -650 -132 -1.107 11.7 Net Remittances Rs.5 1.88 125.10 0.69 447./Yen Rs.9 7.0 Trade Balance Exports Imports -1. Bn.0 103.526.097 1.640 7.354 11.311 2.9 27.7 449.93 143.8 24./Indian Rs.3 26.5 16.5 Gross External Assets 311.77 1.981 6.1 97.73 169.46 200.50 159.1 Current Account Balance Overall Balance Balance of Payments External Sector 2002 Income and Services Account Net Remittances Table 1.0 2010(a) 14.52 8.3 -11.19 123.030 1.4 149.4 100.350 1.5 42.989 10.0 (Million of US Dollars) -61.402 531 (Per Cent of GDP) (b) -571 -3.23 549.418 921 Trade Balance Exports Imports -8.6 241.207 -5.9 411.8 13.7 18.5 5.7 27.000 -2.7 60.134.5 48.290.6 103.06 171.9 54.Key Socio-Economic Indicators Balance of Payments Trade Balance Exports Imports 2003 2004 2005 -134.3 101.029.499 204 -56 -1.5 110.6 -65./US$ Rs.005 3.83 0.7 19.2 95./Pound Sterling Rs.4 1.0 0.4 -350.0 5.23 148.512 Net Remittances 1.2 Current Account Balance -1.9 -14.106 -1.6 -148. Bn.1 44.1 -22.7 288.347 8.3 9.085 10.250.7 Tourist Arrivals.7 654.94 21.0 83.0 -65.3 9.3 359.172.757 8.8 208.6 1.4 -0.4 538.

9 1.0 2.00 5.631.040.00 12.64 3.469.00 5.1 6.806.076.2 1.658.9 13.8 21.25 7.2 488.00 15.12. Rupee Securities.95 10.8 622.9 38.Key Socio-Economic Indicators Table 1.1 –  2.25 3.17 11. All Share Price Index (1985=100) Milanka Price Index (31.9 58.4 216.2 61.6 20.000.0 3.92 7.47 5.5 12.7 2.4 1.6 821.7 15.0 11.0 181.684.0 481.1 11.067.5 13.8 143.2 73.5 18. Rs.9 1.6 1.5 30. Rs.022.8 469.4 7.27 7.1 2.5 139.014.00 9.50 8.27 –  7.30 3.2 276. Bn.60 10.55 7.0 44.90 8.2 105.3 –  –  –  –  –  –  –  245.2 2.9 895.3 1.4 161.13-11.78 19. Bn. Bn. Rs.50-15.3 243.2 304.50 10.0 88.8 2.08 5.00 10.00 10.0 822.2 1.40 10. Rs. Narrow Money ( M1 ) Broad Money ( M2 ) Broad Money ( M2b ) Currency Demand Deposits Quasi Money % Change of : M2 M2b Domestic Credit.5 1.9 26.25 10. Rs.1 643.6 680.54 9.8 37.00 9.8 64. Rs.24 7.5 815.75 11. Market Capitalization.0 112. Bn.061.11 4.522.9 131.00-11.0 1.1 401.6 864. % (a) Provisional (b) Figures since March 2003 refer to the outright sales and purchases of Treasury bills.8 382.7 548.76 21.7 114.0 97.8 313.30 7.6 95.6 1.5 570. Rs.3 336.611.5 1.01 6.3 5.2 1.7 259. Primary Market Issues Outstanding (Year End) Central Bank Secondary Market Rs.00 9.1 211.69 2.92 15. Bn.1 10.3 1.0 197.8 -26.068.2 –  –  –  –  –  –  –  57.98=100) Market Price Earning Ratio Market Dividend Yield.8 154.00 15.711.8 12. Foreign Currency Banking Units.5 904.16 4.3 3.27 5.7 19.907.827.75 8.50 11.78 5.1 –  –  –  –  165.12 8.6 262.1 207.630.73 3.4 1.69 2.4 2.8 1.0 110.12 9.374.0 4.00 7.9 1.0 –  0.5 110.7 488.1 556.0 834. Money Multiplier : for M2 for M2b Velocity : of M2 of M2b Interest Rates (Year End).5 1.715.8 229.444.60 10.5 19.6 23.1 17.9 817.31 6.849.635.00 8.7 2.3 154.96 19.63 2.01 2.926.7 510.90-17.8 1.4 171.0 161.50 Source : Central Bank of Sri Lanka Table 1.8 2. 15.1 325.65 10.625.00 15.541.00 5.6 188.23 5.147.9 1.4 303.00 12.382.00 15.3 3.057.506.363.5 10.10 12.53 9.3 19.0 2.3 –  1.06 4.50 7.3 2.24 7.5 342.2 1.00 8. Bn.4 14.4 6. Bn.8 1.9 –  292.4 0.291.9 993.37 2.7 1.50 360.4 78.0 15.25-20.210.6 25.35 6.922.9 134.920.3 87.3 1.25 10.091.829.8 116. Rs.2 791.5 230.3 60.7 23. Foreign Exchange SWAP Outstanding FX SWAP US $ Mn.00 5.897.0 1.4 122.1 23.0 243.6 602.99 18.8 287.00 5.0 10.5 41.2 36.5 12.00 12.6 347.4 1.6 70.50 12.2 38. Bn. Rs.2 1.5 243.3 –  –  –  8.147.50-40.2 996.35-8. Bn.6 Money and Money Rates Reserve Money.50 7.8 16.00-13.7 7.04 4.35 7.2 13.92 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010(a) 1.73 9. Bn.4 268.4 141.4 580.0 2.6 1.17 12.25 11.3 238 244 242 239 237 235 235 232 241 30. Monetary Aggregates.96 19.74 2.6 19.9 0.00 15.6 12.32 3.3 –  –  –  –  –  –  –  78.90-11.7 307.6 1. Rs.508.5 172.3 14. (d) Excludes Government Treasury bonds of Rs.35 7.17 8.6 1.73 9.7 1.50 20.0 –  –  –  –  –  –  –  28.0 219.6 116.1 483.00 8.1 1.153. Bn.1 169.8 50.5 717.86 10.0 2.9 734.%  Bank Rate Prime Lending Rate Treasury Bill Yield : Primary -3 Months 6 Months 12 Months Repo Overnight Reverse Repo Overnight Treasury Bonds Yield to Maturity Rupee Securities Rate Call Money Rate Savings Rates Commercial Banks .36 3.0 1.02 4.9 264. Bn.24 7. Repurchases (Repo) Reverse Repurchases (Reverse Repo) Other – Sales (b) Purchases (b) Central Bank T-Bill Holdings (Book Value) Outstanding CBSL Securities (c) Issuing of CBSL Securities CBSL Securities – Overnight CBSL Securities – Term Treasury Bonds.9 1.6 11.31 5.1 3.9 1.5 1. Bn.00 19.63 8.0 147.89 7.30 7.1 5.6 105.3 203.4 50.8 59.2 75.80 3. Subscribed Outstanding (Year End) (d) Foreign Exchange SWAP FX SWAP US $ Mn.8 3. Rs.6 6.2 670.015.2 779. Bn.582.3 85.2 13. Rs.2 257.0 1.5 190.55 13.722.50 9.6 851.262.3 1.7 119.5 342.7 2.1 76.276.74 17.1 584.813.14 4. Domestic Banking Units.6 1.26 3.00 10.91 7.722.0 409.5 315.7 131.00 5.9 485. Issued Outstanding Share Market Listed Companies Trading Turnover.30 17.Savings 12 Months Deposits (a) Provisional 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2009 2010(a) 126.92 5.7 688.0 1.00 8.00 9.2 155.37 12.AWDR (b) NSB .8 129.00 7.00 15.9 858.607.6 99.9 239.16 5.1 47.6 944.6 886.9 23.33 7.02 5.2 (c) Include CBSL securities issued on an overnight basis & term basis.38 12.67 5.5 142.14 14.303.50 7.1 2.34 4.  .10 –  12.2 1. Bn.12 9.4 –  –  –  –  –  –  –  502.25 9.299.7 266.6 8.66 2.90 18.02 5.75-11.4 11.897.5 (b) AWDR : Average Weighted Deposit Rate 2008 Call Money.33 9.4 140.7 Money and Capital Markets 407.1 –  5.9 483.00 5.13 11.5 1.75 7. 4.8 1.6 310.0 -0. Bn.397 million issued to CWE in November 2003.2 4.5 130.4 571.2 2.8 1.7 23.3 3.8 2.4 508.4 3.8 18.6 5.00 15.536.4 731.8 820.32 12.00 15.2 935.8 2.062. Rs. Subscribed Outstanding (Year End) Commercial Papers.8 234.1 3.8 1.8 1.00 9. Rs.1 214.00 15.75 10.451.5 1.8 1.234.4 15.00 9.092.3 5.282.5 5.34 3.5 1.69 12.9 –  –  –  –  –  –  10.3 1.7 701.7 248.8 627.2 2.6 277.1 135.8 4.57 8.245.4 5.1 14.204.0 21.404. Treasury Bills.4 16.3 751.03 5.45 2.138.31 11.9 13.00-8.3 1.4 43.3 10.00-9.95 3.6 124.921. Non-National Transactions (Net).6 3.00 11.2 18.4 5.1 1.3 1.137.385.073.2 2.1 114.9 4.00 8. Rs.3 162.1 1.503.

7 156.6 841.2 295.4 862.6 71.7 6.4 1.4 4.280.9 37.9 -476.9 821.2 249.1 818. Student Savings Units and Mobile Banks.1 6.6 15.4 239.6 5.5 2.590.7 -9.3 354.0 107.6 15.3 18.955.3 80.7 1. Finance Companies Assets.0 2.670.8 36.4 25.7 111.9 595.3 230.5 32.4 5.2 146.6 443.Assets.5 8.7 2.5 183.4 -7.6 4.863.4 655.3 56. Bn.6 0.2 -78.5 0.1 46.4 5.0 -7.1 -2.2 996.3 145.737 1.0 5.3 Revenue and Grants Revenue Grants Expenditure and Net Lending Current Expenditure Capital Expenditure and Net Lending Current Account Surplus (+) / Deficit (-) Overall Budget Surplus (+) / Deficit (-) Outstanding Government Debt Domestic Debt Foreign Debt Debt Service Payments Interest Payments 2006 (Per Cent of GDP) (c) 17. Deposits.6 114.1 79.0 87.9 22 2.2 87.4 230.1 58.8 15.9 0.4 48.9 389.1 117. Rs.5 945.3 74.3 16.0 90.2 1.947.3 22.5 105.7 252.6 538.6 3. Bn.1 445.6 18.4 1.9 14. Rs.214 788.3 1. Rs.8 145. International Reserves Credit to Government Credit to Financial Institutions Currency in Circulation.8 201.352 1.0 1.137.9 86.6 322.6 -4. Rs.4 15.9 18.5 113.7 476.3 102.3 490.9 1.2 16.6 51.8 565.5 8.6 4.222.6 699.9 985.2 379.3 43.2 -7.2 792.1 -57.6 -3.5 118.627 1. of Banks Branches (b) Assets.6 15.8 Government Finance 2002 2003 2004 269.1 51.1 743.1 1.0 261.5 -309.5 132.9 50.1 14.1 142.3 130.7 1.6 –  4.560.8 -63.1 8.0 573.0 24.9 7.3 17.8 37.5 80.4 23.1 506.1 6.3 37.9 16.4 835.8 157.9 189.8 168.9 136.6 314.4 205. Bn.5 17.8 360.5 175.5 119.4 6. Bn.1 -69.4 51.1 -7.4 39.8 245.5 15.0 58.9 598.7 672.7 -246.1 343.1 3.6 309.7 -2.4 1.6 14.1 106.8 0.030.934 2.8 141.6 -7.6 30.9 18.4 42.9 4.8 78.5 Revenue and Grants (b) Revenue Grants Total Expenditure and Net Lending Current Expenditure Capital Expenditure and Net Lending Current Account Surplus (+) / Deficit (-) Overall Budget Surplus (+) / Deficit (-) Financing Foreign Domestic Privatization Proceeds Outstanding Government Debt 2005 2007 2008 2009 2010(a) (Billion of Rupees) 412.2 15.2 -156.6 1.4 361.0 885.3 133.6 -6.9 15.6 379. Investments Loans Deposits.0 98.0 330.9 81. Deposits.4 133.0 -58.7 1.9 879.5 102.5 20. Loans Investments Capital.275.161. (c) From 2003.307.9 440.4 78.7 686.2 295.3 284.028.6 20.0 66.410. Bn.3 18.5 176.7 16.8 72.0 134.7 561.1 14.1 39.2 110.8 31. Rs.4 7.3 31.041.4 22.4 4.6 1.566.4 383.8 13.1 5.4 548.6 6.0 44.7 246.790.6 163.2 77.3 23.1 492.7 0.2 128.3 102. Employees’ Trust Fund.0 –  –  2.7 1.2 -133.0 47.6 60.6 39.7 10.0 81.7 87. (b) Foreign grants are classified as a revenue item.3 .7 218.1 260.6 339.9 38.4 165. Rs. Regional Rural / Regional Development Banks Licensed Specialised Banks (c) Unit Trusts Employees’ Provident Fund.0 115.0 14.0 23 22 22 22 23 23 22 22 1.6 27.8 15.8 18.0 126.6 62.1 -1.8 156.5 237.7 83.8 414.6 33.7 -7.6 772.3 54.4 -88.2 49.4 66.2 214.4 -8.3 562.4 476.121.8 41.6 880.1 403.7 334. Rs.4 204.8 18.6 1.9 685.4 14.9 17.9 6.0 7.0 725.2 6.201.2 311.9 5. Rs. Bn.3 1.6 -2.3 –  3.2 103.9 2.3 –  4.4 101.1 5.6 334. Rs.7 47.1 (a) Provisional.8 23.582.6 25.7 477.5 51.1 1. 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010(a) 304.4 6.5 1.9 320.6 382.3 14.6 328.5 655.2 30.5 157. Bn.3 2.1 217.2 208.4 22.3 574. Rs.146.8 14.0 440. Selected Other Institutions .9 85.0 284.9 45.6 -70.6 16.0 218.0 897.139.4 418.7 -3.9 1.9 -445.7 528.287 1.9 142.5 296.0 9.8 75.0 622.6 278. Bn.2 191.6 7.0 -134.589.2 -3.9 23.6 -4.1 30.6 0.4 -179.1 32.9 432. Rs.9 54.0 88.4 47.5 1. (c) Excluding Regional Rural and Regional Development Banks  36.2 2.4 507.7 22.1 Sources : Central Bank of Sri Lanka Ministry of Finance and Planning Table 1. based on GDP estimates compiled by Department of Census and Statistics.2 937.229 1.4 28.8 233.4 437.5 37.0 45.0 46.1 173.8 5. 16.9 100.343 2.0 14.5 296.5 255.1 -118.0 16.6 185.230.4 3.3 6.8 36.8 713.7 -172.0 417.5 24. Bn.2 651.8 1.071 2.7 (a) Provisional (b) Includes main branches and other banking offices except Pawning Centres.9 211.4 92.0 47.5 17.1 0.9 0.6 14.9 1.7 465.5 584.Key Socio-Economic Indicators Table 1.6 186.1 4.4 276.0 125.1 243.1 4.9 10.0 46.4 -205.0 2.3 2.0 172.9 11.4 345.9 Financial Institutions Central Bank Assets.9 13.7 476.672.2 0.6 108. Bn.4 2. Commercial Banks No.9 123. Bn.454.1 1.8 -2.1 11.7 0.

9 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 0 2010 Population data 1996 .000 85 5.0 18.Key Socio-Economic Indicators Population Selected Macroeconomic Indicators 25 21.0 20.5 Per cent 19. % 1.0 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 10 Population Growth.1 GDP Growth Inflation (CCPIN Change) 0.5 15 Per cent 1.000 Industry 1.000 Services Domestic Savings 45 25 2.000 Consumption Per cent Rs.0 19. Billion Investment 3.5 18.000 GDP Savings .2001 are based on the Provisional estimates from the Census of Population and Housing .Investment Gap 65 ↓ 4.3 5 1.5 20 Million 20.000 5 Agriculture 0 2005 -15 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2005 2006 Balance of Payments 2008 2009 2010 2009 2010 Fiscal Operations (Per cent of GDP) 2007 (Per cent of GDP) 45 20 40 15 35 Current Account Budget Deficit Revenue Current Expenditure Capital Expenditure 30 10 20 Current Account Balance 15 Overall Balance 10 Exports Imports Per cent Per cent 25 5 0 5 0 -5 -5 -10 -10 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2005  2006 2007 2008 .2001 2005 GDP Money Supply (M2) Growth Unemployment Rate 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Domestic Expenditure and Savings (at Current Prices) (Per cent of GDP) 6.

per 100.3 Months Prime Lending 40 20 30 15 Weighted Average Deposit Rate (Com.2010 180 100 Telephones. Sri Lanka World GDP Growth Selected Regions Pakistan Selected Regions 14.000 Persons 140 90 Literacy Rate.3 Months Currency Narrow Money (M1) 20 10 Broad Money (M2) Broad Money (M2b) 10 5 0 0 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2001 Selected Socio-Economic Indicators 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Social Indicators Selected Asian Countries . % (1999–2008) 80 Life Expectancy.000 Persons Hospital Beds.000 2 0 4.Key Socio-Economic Indicators Money Supply Selected Interest Rates (Per cent of GDP) 50 25 Treasury Bill Yeild .000 GDP Growth. % 2008 12.000 0 Sri Pakistan Lanka India Bangladesh Philip. per 1. per 10.US$ .000 6. Banks) Per cent Per cent LIBOR .000 2 2.000 8 GDP Growth.Indonesia Thaipines land 0 Malaysia World  Indus.000 Persons 160 Doctors. % 2009 GNP per Capita (2009) 6 GDP per Capita PPP (2009) 10. Developing Countries Countries Asia Europe Middle East .000 Per cent US $ 4 8. Years (2010) 70 120 Number 60 100 50 80 40 60 30 40 20 20 10 0 0 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Sri Lanka GNP/GDP per Capita 2009 India Bangladesh Philippines Indonesia Thailand Malaysia Western Hemisp.

086 5.446 14.882 768.442 17.482 20.214 34.389 9.255 53.522 17.684 8.348 n.228 15.114 n. 4.000 n.669 4.687 3.1 (a) Provisional (b) Includes mobile broadband connections.080 15.842 17. including cellular phones) Radio Paging Subscribers 2002 2003 2004 2.000 n.773 300.075 Sri Lanka Railways Passenger Kilometers.000 n.488 116.627 4.650 181.737 933.326 4.1 .681 6.714 Port Services (Colombo) Cargo Discharged.393.871 14.021 130.440 6.110 S L T B / Regional Bus Companies Buses Operated (Daily Average) Passenger Kilometers.828 3.040 909.537 12.079 Vessels Arrived Cargo Loaded.526 7.082.674. MT ’000 Container Throughput.814 9. GWh Telecommunication Telephones - Wireline Telephones Cellular Phones Wireless Local Loop Public Pay Phones (No.568 131 129 134 135 138 133 121 113 SriLankan Air Lines Passengers.561 8.787 9.496 7.745 1.580 1.a.444 2.665 1.361.750 860.a. No.650 113.801 4. TEU ’000 Transportation Road Kilometerage (A & B Class) New Registration of Motor Vehicles.540 24.412.a.516 121 165 85.381 3.211.243 4.919 204.923 359.810.661 223.508 14.230 2.808 83.670 12.983.378 6.211 2.10 Infrastructure 7.567 114.392 19.875 2.461 11.842 11.a.932 4.095 6.342 4.522 11.159 24.892 11.413 2.054 26.731 18.669 11.274 16.246.604 11.368 11.079 4.086 6.808 3.612 8.411 2.5 78. Freight Ton Kilometers.500 93. 3.274 19.902 297.378 96 70.962 2. MW Generation.082 5.353 163 2.000 n.953 974.404 3. Mn.a.665 18. 2.424 4. 367 130.310 4.050 3.970 2.085 1.661 229.221 2. 536 202.620 817. MT ’000 2010(a) 16.874 19.688 10.645 2.959 2.563.a.285 7.771 324. 3.502 11.599 4.727 16. 16.769 9.769 4.688 21.1 97.901 9.199 11.455 3.894 931.512.436 17.0 98.6 90.Key Socio-Economic Indicators Electricity Available Capacity. MT ’000 1.311 4.243 2.127 4. 719 234. Mn.951 Table 1.838 2.358 4. of Booths) Internet and E-mail Subscribers Telephone Density (Telephones per 1.830 19.120 896.489 11.4 69.322 2.536 872.137 17.910 27.838 3.307 3.817 10.468 919.184 1.464 4.902 265.929 12.300 2.765 1.159 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2. Mn.158 3.122 3.611 3.264.710 931.694 15. 866 240.851 828 234 115.3 64.403 2.583 16.000(b) 28.684 4.008 430.805 4.869 17.000   persons.131 Private Operator Buses 7.247 4.417 7.  11.7 87. ’000 Freight.441 16.434 2.775 5.

837.3 28.2 29.6 28.2 27.049.1 4.3 27.625.7 28.1 27.5 24.4 27.5 3.9 27.631.1 27.a.5 25.9 3.8 27.5 28.0 28.3 27.9 Vavuniya 28.3 27.8 23.9 28.748.2 28.2 28.6 Mannar 28.1 28.8 Katunayake 27. 201 205 139 203 177 202 179 201 212 208 172 205 177 207 166 204 225 203 162 225 197 218 199 n.7 27.091.6 27.751.8 27.892.6 28.969.8 27.8 20.0 Jaffna n.482.199.5 28.8 28.956.5 28.6 16.6 28.4 16.398.6 28.4 Annual Rainy Days Canyon Castlereigh Kothmale Power Station Laxapana Maussakele Norton Samanala Power Station Wimalasurendra Power Station 200 208 133 206 170 195 195 n.6 2.5 Nuwara Eliya 16.244.7 28.638.5 Puttalam 28.1 27.076.9 27.1 4.4 2.493.498.600.9 27.5 28.2 25.8 3.5 28.4 4.0 4.744.190.1 2.4 Hambantota 28.2 28.7 2.8 27.1 2.5 16.5 Bandarawela 21.4 4.419.5 24.7 28.965.322.4 24.1 Kurunegala 27.2 1.4 25.1 4.6 3.8 28.9 4.630.5 28.5 27.7 28.a.3 28.8 27.265.a.6 2.4 3. 28.Climate Mean Temperature Meteorological Station Table 2.4 27.0 Ratmalana 28.6 4.613.9 28.3 3.943.9 4.8 4.a.0 27.1 28.0 Ratnapura 27.762.Not available 206 197 156 197 184 209 197 210 198 183 172 196 172 200 194 200 Source : Department of Meteorology  .3 24.0 27.1 28.129.5 27. 3.2 Pottuvil 28.3 Station 28.6 24.9 3.388.3 28.917.8 27.6 2.4 16.2 1.1 28.3 3.5 28.098.173.4 27.5 4.9 27.615.1 27.5 27.593.2 21.8 28.833.9 28. Millimetres Canyon Castlereigh Kothmale Power Station Laxapana Maussakele Norton Samanala Power Station Wimalasurendra Power Station 3.0 28.9 28.1 21.3 15.2 3.5 27.7 3.8 27.491.290.2 28.980.461.2 21.611.8 27.471.1 3.1 27.9 27.9 5.2 921.2 21.9 3.6 27.297.8 28.371.7 5.8 28.842.3 n.1 28.4 28.1 28.5 2.1 27.8 28.014.2 24.3 28.4 4.0 4.4 28.5 28.6 28.4 186 185 143 194 160 201 191 200 212 198 166 218 170 230 213 217 214 198 133 224 183 183 202 162 220 206 168 218 201 218 201 174 Annual Rainfall.8 28.449.8 27. Katugastota 25.8 3.9 25.4 4.3 16.4 3.476.8 3.2 27.2 3.0 28.0 3.920.0 23.0 24.7 24.244.2 29.104.Not available 28.a.2 1.1 24.704.834.4 4.1 28.1 28.8 27.764.3 29.3 2.3 28.4 28.8 4.3 27.1 Badulla 24.8 28.2 28.4 3.231.4 3.2 20.4 2.3 16.0 27.9 27.8 24.2 27.301.2 3.803.1 28.8 27.2 27.0 3.0 28.6 n.9 Galle 27.623.2 4.8 3.5 27.2 Colombo 27.7 27.3 27.5 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 3.1 2001 – 2010 Degrees Celsius 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Anuradhapura 28.7 n.2 27.7 27.5 27.8 Maha Illuppallama 27.953.2 3.5 27.2 28.8 3.7 2.2 28.5 27.728. .5 16.395.010.6 28.631.7 27.3 28.7 3.459.6 28.3 4.1 n.1 3.1 16.1 28.8 20.3 4.5 28.a.0 27.7 4.4 28.3 5.2 27.9 27.4 4.4 27.459.5 28.7 21.989.461.7 29.3 21.0 3.240.0 27.6 Trincomalee 28.3 27. n.6 27.5 28. 4. .4 28.206.0 23.a.6 27.549.5 2.9 27.3 28.200.2 28.073.513.3 901.9 27.9 28.901.0 2.2 28.4 Source : Department of Meteorology Table 2.a.0 2.5 28.8 3.8 27.2 Rainfall and Rainy Days – Hydro Catchment Areas 2001 – 2010 23.3 Batticaloa 28.5 3.834.9 2.1 24.7 3.

431.1 2.9 2.1 2.0 2.0 1.404.5 880.056.050.872.224.4 1.9 3.6 1.2 642.2 1.5 1.4 2.3 1.2 3.352.8 2.252.6 1.9 2.099.9 1.235.4 3.7 2.8 1.1 1.219.672.665.0 2.8 1.607.8 1.Climate Table 2.9 2.0 1.9 3.545.0 1.7 1.370.532.691.2 1.7 1.8 1.5 1.6 1.9 1.4 2.a. Millimetres Anuradhapura Badulla Bandarawela Batticaloa Colombo Galle Hambantota Jaffna Katugastota Katunayake Kurunegala Maha Illuppallama Mannar Nuwara Eliya Pottuvil Puttalam Ratmalana Ratnapura Trincomalee Vavuniya 1.498.380.404.811.9 4.967.552.a.008.2 1.091.504. .134.2 1.5 1.3 Rainfall and Rainy Days – Selected Stations 2001 – 2010 Meteorological Station 2001 2002 2003 1.496.082.8 1.4 2.594.a.3 3.585.5 1.411.9 1.359.771.602.6 730.494.370.9 1.888.3 1.0 3.665.306.528.396.6 1.848.864.1 956.6 3.7 1.2 1.6 2.584.341.7 964.5 918. 1.958.9 923.202.8 2.5 1.0 1. Katugastota Katunayake Kurunegala Maha Illuppallama Mannar .373.5 159.5 1.587.8 1.369.7 2.176.2 1.8 2.224.0 1.134.485.5 1.9 2.4 1.207.674.3 2.814.5 1.219.3 1.2 1.6 2.8 1.9 1.2 Annual Rainy Days Anuradhapura Badulla Bandarawela Batticaloa Colombo Galle Hambantota Jaffna .8 1.6 1.1 1.827.5 2.868.333.638.760.017.369.0 1.9 2.300.4 1.074.8 1.659.727.8 1.0 2.5 1.5 2.181.539.7 1.5 3.3 2.636.1 1.594.4 1.302.441.517.9 1.1 2.419.683.858.2 1.8 3.6 1.599.690.9 1.555.1 381.3 1.741.6 2.844.918.6 77.247.260.262.7 1.030.741.724.8 2.164.084.413.9 1.791.632.368.080.280.7 1.216.926.333.434.987.9 2.108.6 3.9 1.168.5 1.167.328.502.8 1.228.1 1.046.270.120.3 1.4 1.099.0 1.590.3 2.1 1.0 1.372.3 n.2 1.801.7 1.394.8 1.137.3 2.1 4.9 1.164.075.324.1 1.536.Not available 87 136 155 103 163 172 82 69 179 160 150 87 65 188 49 92 178 211 87 89 Source : Department of Meteorology 10 .922.9 1.272.473.9 1.444.0 1.3 1.0 1.2 3.2 1.316.2 3.303.6 1.618.7 1.989.7 1.5 483.570.418.9 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 1.600.196.087.520.998.883.085.7 982.7 977.776.9 2.028.639.790.561.1 2.2 2.383.103.139.0 1.6 2.8 1.192.3 1.6 93 181 177 92 173 212 133 19 188 166 169 114 68 219 90 114 181 243 15 92 88 138 150 96 154 189 101 73 167 137 140 90 56 189 101 81 165 199 33 90 112 168 180 112 184 182 109 91 170 156 158 134 82 198 110 116 206 243 104 86 87 158 162 95 179 191 122 59 186 164 159 103 69 204 99 110 186 227 104 82 103 148 146 94 158 193 104 84 174 159 158 114 70 204 83 106 181 233 105 103 Annual Rainfall.2 1.529.9 1.565.926.615.0 1.152.0 1.0 990.476.6 2.9 1.4 1.321.8 1.0 1.783.0 938.1 875.5 1.582.944.735.104.622.021.049.006.3 1.4 1.190.3 1.687.3 1.9 1.8 1.319.7 2.982.1 1.3 1.4 1.8 3.424. 154 125 114 102 70 178 93 94 141 205 100 105 97 132 147 89 162 154 91 73 166 144 144 107 73 182 88 107 175 213 79 95 108 141 145 103 162 195 104 76 172 149 130 94 86 179 91 101 188 223 111 110 114 153 154 113 162 184 104 96 168 142 148 115 80 206 93 102 170 229 118 109 n.404.6 2.9 1.347.3 1.932.894.6 2.1 1.1 1.2 1.6 1.516.3 2.879.1 2.3 1.4 1.665.010.2 1.8 945.722.130.4 1.0 1. Nuwara Eliya Pottuvil Puttalam Ratmalana Ratnapura Trincomalee Vavuniya 102 136 143 89 128 183 75 n.3 1.3 1.1 3.8 1.

75 n.Climate Table 2. 82 96 78 94 77 91 81 93 83 90 87 93 81 92 79 95 77 93 83 97 83 90 82 95 84 95 87 95 86 95 86 91 75 89 80 91 80 90 92 n.a. 82 96 78 94 77 91 81 93 83 90 87 93 81 92 79 95 77 93 83 97 83 90 82 95 84 95 87 95 86 95 86 90 75 89 80 91 80 90 92 n. 75 96 77 93 73 90 70 90 73 87 80 93 73 86 77 94 72 89 80 97 68 86 70 89 72 90 75 93 76 89 71 84 81 89 85 89 82 91 77 n. 95 75 96 75 92 91 76 91 76 86 88 73 89 74 86 91 71 90 68 86 87 n. 74 n.a.a. 77 92 77 88 76 87 70 84 76 83 86 94 69 84 74 86 76 86 81 94 60 80 66 86 89 87 76 78 88 91 89 82 90 88 85 85 82 94 83 87 87 91 82 85 88 85 75 80 85 90 87 86 90 86 86 85 87 93 82 86 84 89 82 87 Source : Department of Meteorology.a.a. 83 96 76 92 78 90 84 94 85 89 86 94 83 92 81 95 75 91 82 97 87 91 85 95 Year 2010 Anuradhapura Badulla Bandarawela Batticaloa Colombo Galle Hambantota Jaffna Katugastota Katunayake Kurunegala Maha Illuppallama Mannar Nuwara Eliya Pottuvil Puttalam Ratmalana Ratnapura Trincomalee Vavuniya 73 82 80 77 65 78 72 71 74 66 67 74 76 78 77 70 65 75 77 77 93 95 93 85 83 87 86 n. 74 92 77 86 73 87 65 84 78 85 85 93 65 76 74 86 76 85 79 95 56 77 67 86 66 88 65 87 66 90 67 81 74 89 78 88 78 90 69 n. 65 88 60 81 60 76 65 80 80 87 84 88 84 92 74 n. 75 87 78 86 72 83 64 82 77 83 85 93 67 79 76 87 75 86 77 90 57 n a. 91 90 80 86 83 77 85 90 87 93 85 91 66 91 76 93 77 94 73 85 76 92 80 90 77 87 70 n.4 Humidity 2009 – 2010 Percentage Meteorological Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Station D N D N D N D N D N D N D N D N D N D N D N D N Year 2009 Anuradhapura Badulla Bandarawela Batticaloa Colombo Galle Hambantota Jaffna Katugastota Katunayake Kurunegala Maha Illuppallama Mannar Nuwara Eliya Pottuvil Puttalam Ratmalana Ratnapura Trincomalee Vavuniya 73 78 75 76 65 72 73 70 67 61 63 76 80 72 76 75 64 66 75 74 93 92 81 84 82 84 85 n.a. n.a.a. – Not available 11 .a.a.a. 72 94 74 92 69 89 65 86 72 83 77 92 70 85 71 89 72 89 75 95 66 83 69 90 80 94 85 95 84 93 81 91 78 93 82 91 83 93 81 n.a.a. 93 87 81 90 83 66 88 92 84 92 82 92 60 69 63 73 69 74 74 64 61 69 56 63 68 63 71 67 67 68 70 65 89 89 87 84 86 86 87 n.a.a.a. n.a. 72 94 74 92 69 89 65 86 72 83 77 92 70 85 71 89 72 89 75 95 66 83 69 90 80 94 85 95 84 93 81 91 78 93 82 91 83 93 81 n. 78 91 79 87 74 87 69 88 76 83 88 93 62 79 76 85 78 87 83 94 59 80 63 85 61 84 58 76 60 73 59 74 78 86 84 89 75 89 72 n. 92 86 83 93 87 81 89 95 82 90 81 92 61 68 62 72 65 69 71 61 60 63 53 65 69 61 69 70 65 62 68 64 91 89 89 83 81 83 84 n. 83 96 76 92 78 90 84 94 85 89 86 94 83 92 81 95 75 91 82 92 87 91 85 95 66 68 67 61 79 86 75 70 78 79 74 68 75 87 69 74 76 79 62 64 69 65 63 67 78 85 74 75 78 77 75 72 81 86 70 75 75 79 65 68 62 87 62 80 64 79 63 76 77 86 82 87 83 92 73 n. D – Day N – Night n. 77 92 77 86 74 86 66 84 77 85 87 94 67 79 76 87 75 85 81 94 62 81 72 90 62 87 62 80 64 79 63 76 77 86 82 87 83 92 73 n. 78 95 82 91 76 89 75 88 78 84 85 95 72 87 78 90 77 89 83 96 68 86 76 91 66 87 69 88 69 80 66 79 80 88 85 90 81 91 74 n. 74 92 77 86 73 87 65 84 78 85 85 93 65 76 74 86 76 85 79 95 56 77 67 86 60 88 65 87 66 90 67 81 74 89 78 88 78 90 69 n.a. 76 82 87 75 89 79 93 87 75 89 71 82 95 79 93 77 87 89 73 87 75 84 96 76 96 80 94 89 75 89 68 84 92 71 91 n.a. 67 87 65 87 66 84 67 80 65 79 77 85 83 87 81 91 72 n.a. 91 85 77 89 85 72 86 95 83 89 78 90 63 68 69 75 72 73 74 69 68 71 65 67 73 70 73 74 69 75 77 69 90 69 91 68 89 89 75 93 67 86 90 75 87 69 83 87 76 88 70 85 90 76 88 77 85 87 79 87 85 89 89 78 89 81 90 n.a.a.a.a.a.a. 94 87 83 92 85 87 90 92 83 94 83 94 68 75 66 76 68 77 72 67 66 66 58 69 72 60 76 66 68 70 73 70 92 91 88 83 84 88 86 n.a.

0 1.8 10.5 0.1 2.1 37.6 0.2 15.762.6 6.106.1 60.3 3.1 0..9 12.9 6.566.6 – – – – – – 81.6 64.3 552.1 85.9 86.6 43.8 34.5 86.4 7..5 0.0 4.4 60. 0.9 21. … Negligible (a) Estimates (b) Only for 18 districts.4 66.7 99.9 261..3 166.5 54.2 22.7 91.3 10.251.6 10.4 27.4 255.3 – – – – – – – – 0..4 71.3* – – 7.6 0.2 91.8 8.2 7.2 8. 66.9 6.1 80.7 37..1 712.7 0.4 490.0 9.3 0.7 239.9 72.4 69.0 72.1 .2 80.4* – – 593.1 9.5 381.5 64.3 0.5 62.7 10.4 676.0(b) 0.4 30.0 6. .6* – – 151.8 20.5 13.1 11.048.030.1 283.6 814.8 10.6* – – 149.8 9.8 1.657.9 12.7 6.4 9.5(b) 9.6 61.2 1.8 3.1 65.7 0.9 6.6 8.1 684.9 17.9 14.0 112.5 51.2 915.4 483..2 855.1 0.7 0.3(b) 0.3 1.5 7.7 335.0 1.9 6.7 2.2 95.2 34.0 – 358.264.1 .0 3.5 1..2 9.6 0.7 6.699.0 156.3 570.5 13.007.1 2.4 20.0 1.8 19.6 90.0 0.9 863.9 65.7 41.7 300.2* – – 1.3 0.8 7.9 3.3 0.9 80.2 0.7 6.4 69.9 73.3 0.9 82.2 Population by Religion and Ethnicity – Census Years Census Year Total Population ’000 1881 1891 1901 1911 1921 1931 1946 1953 1963 1971 1981 2001 2.9 5.7 0.8 0.8 0.3 15.5 567.4 0.7 53.5 526.7 990.3 6.3 761.418.1 0. to be consistent with the present district structure.1 102.5 703.8 89.1 – Source : Department of Census and Statistics * Estimates (a) Based on Census of Population and Housing .7 21.0 10.5 627.4 7.1 83.7 77.6 12.3 8.6 12.1 0.7(b) 21.4 – 388.6 641.015.211.3 0.0 9.4 0.9 40.797.2 72.1 7.7 6.3 66.9 21.2 3.689. which census has been conducted.4 53.797.8 18.5 607.9 92.0 13.4 4.5 9.2 0.5 0.2 90.3 18.8(b) 7.0 0.306.9 9.7 25.1 259.3 0.097.5 61.8 3.9 1..3 61.3 0.0 51.1 4.9 67.2 13.3 0.3 11.2(b) 0.6 62.9 18.3 388.1 8.1 8.4 427.2 1.7 0.0 255.4 603.4 64.3 178.5 92.4 11.1 11.2001 conducted after a period of 20 years since the last Census conducted in 1981.7 32.0 273.0 – 97.8 94.0 – 2.1 67.4 55.7 12.066.1 – – – – – – 19. .1 19.8 39.7 24.279.4 6.9(b) Burg- Malays Others hers 0.2 0.5 109.1 145.3 389.1 .1 10.846.4 0.7 84.5 1.3 79.5 11.9 7.2 67.2(b) Source : Department of Census and Statistics 12 .6 1.6 3.2 52.6 83.7 5.014.5 – 54.2 441.. .6 0.5 17.759.5 1.5 0.9 8.6 359.0 12.2 785.1 786.8 21.6 1.4 6.1 – 6.1 38.Population and Labour Force Table 3.7 0.7 0.2 428.3(a) By Religion (%) By Ethnicity (%) Bud- Hin- Mus- Chris- Others Sinha- Sri Indian Moors dhist dus lims tians lese Lankan Tamils Tamils 61.6 15.0 3.4 85.8 3.6 6.1 5.6 797.3 642.6 7.4 1.2 95.3 8.5 7.2 113.9 18.1 0.1 13.4 – – – – – – – – 6.582.2 41.8 492.5 86.5 7.1 0.7 79.5 426.3 357.157.4 11.1 26.9 65.5 480.7 1.2 20.0 0.0 85..8 330.8 288.0 6.0 59.4 250.7 1.8 9.1(b) 7.3 0.0 2.3 0.6 503.1 20.7 169.720.3 82.7 65.3 20.6 0.1 1.8 106.4 66.6 6.8 424.9 20.5 587.3 0. ’000 Per cent Total Urban Rural Estate Urban Rural Estate Total Urban Rural Estate Urban Rural Estate Colombo Gampaha Kalutara Kandy Matale Nuwara Eliya Galle Matara Hambantota Jaffna (b) Mannar Vavuniya Mullaitivu Kilinochchi (b) Batticaloa Ampara Trincomalee Kurunegala Puttalam Anuradhapura Polonnaruwa Badulla Moneragala Ratnapura Kegalle Total 1.7* – – 127.5 340.4 77.3* – – 486.2 691.229.3 75.8 10.5 0.1 383.4 21.3 738.8 – 0.1 0.4 2.2 397.2 – 45.6 76.7 2.9 53.9 0.5 326. (b) Although in the 1981 Census.192.3 16.3 87.000.4 11.2 0.5 4.5 0.3 76.3 69.0 19.2 933.9 24.5 20.0 7.0 630.7 0.0 0.0 0.846.3 4.3 9.2 6.3 36.0 10.6 14.5 23.0 73.3 0. the disaggregated population data for the two districts have been provided for 1981 as well.9 161.9 829.6 2.1 Population by District and Sector 1981 and 2001 1981 Census District 2001 Census (a) No.5 7.5 25.1 7. Table 3.2 1.6 6.4 71.5 0.0 0.6 92.9 95.3 11.5 86.3(b) 5.0 11.9 6.6 107.9 10.3 161.4 12.5 116.7 43.9 14.8 545.7 780.5 643.5 13..9 709..2 75.8 22.6 0.5 17.2 7.3 66.7 6. 0.3 0.1 0.0(b) 24.0 2.3 0.0 44.2 7.9 69.7 97.6 0. Jaffna and Kilinochchi comprised one district.1 8. ’000 Per cent No.063.7 6.460.0 1.4 9.0 0.2 90.497.2 88.6 – 5.7 2.1 71.3 0.9 76.8 376.8* – – 121.9 1.5 74.2 745.5 7.390.0 1.8 58.6 91.1 0.7 6.0 239.

1 2.7 8.460.6 5.4 21.7 1.6 5. n.a.5 761.0 n.7 3.a.0 6. 0.0 0.3 50.6(b) 151.24 25 .7 19.1 0.a.7 90.a.a.0 0.0 340.7 90. n.668(b) M – Male   F – Female (a) Historical estimates of mid-year population from the the Registrar General’s Department. 0.1 (a) Data are given only for 18 districts where the Census of Population and Housing 2001 was carried out completely.0 4.9 2. n.14 15 .a.8 10.0 89.a.0 441.8 85.0 8.653(b) Source : Registrar General’s Department .0 87.742 9. % District Colombo Gampaha Kalutara Kandy Matale Nuwara Eliya Galle Matara Hambantota Jaffna Mannar Vavuniya Mullaitivu Kilinochchi Batticaloa Ampara Trincomalee Kurunegala Puttalam Anuradhapura Polonnaruwa Badulla Moneragala Ratnapura Kegalle Total Population by Ethnicity .826 10.0 0.0 0.5 3.066.718 9.4 0.2 1.7 82. 16.1 0.060 9.19 20 .015.1 94.4 n. n. n.1 5. n.a. 0. n.a.3 2.4 1. 0.302 10.a. n.3 7. n.990 10.7 2.5 0.4 n.6 2. n. n.2 0.888 10.a. 0.a.1 0.0 1.a.9 10 .148 10. n.69 70 .a.a.0 2.a.a.5 6.7 94.39 40 .9 13.5 6.0 780. n. n.291 9.7 0.9 11. n.a. n. 0.a.2 4.a. n.a.a.1 n. n.4 Population by Age Group 2001 – 2010 Thousands 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Age Groups M F M F M F M F M F M F M F M F M F M F 0 .4 94.009 931 919 810 759 769 739 759 729 698 679 617 599 557 540 415 390 304 290 263 230 192 170 233 200 859 883 890 913 900 934 961 1. n.5 2.9 82.2 6.a.7 4.1 0.0 0.9 n.9 n.7 359.3 72. n.0 0.392 9.4 1.a. Religion and Ethnicity – 2001 Census(a) Population by Religion .44 45 . 0.6 91.7 7.0 n.797.a.1 2.a.0 0.1 80.4 2.5 9.279.1 5.3 33.1 1.4 7.a.a.1 0. n.2 Source : Department of Census and Statistics Table 3.1 0. n. n.a.6 0.9 8.0 3.a.2 97.3 703.4 490.1 0.0 0. n.a.a. n.2(b) 1.2 0.3 0.a.7 2.a.4 0.8 8. n.0 0.8 1.3(b) 486. n. 89.227 10. 0.1 0.4(b) 593.252(b) 19.8 20.a.0 0.0 n.1 n.a.2 709.0 n.0 n. (b) Estimates. n.2 0.a.847 9. n.a.7 0.010(b) 20.a.615 9.a.a.0 0.3 Population by District.a.a.4 94.0 0.6(b) 149.2 0.2 94.1 5. n.64 65 .4 72.a.3 2. n.1 0.1 40.3 79.4 5 . n.5 0.797 19.0 0.a.1 71.8 0.1 0. 39. 39.0 0.0 94.7 1.0 0.6 85.5 9. n.9 1.3 0.a.3(b) 76.5 1.a.8 8.4 n.1 0.0 8. 18.510 Total Population (a) 18.a.0 3. n.a.0 0. n.a. 6.1 n.0 397.1 0.1 74.217(b) 20.2 0.7 745.450(b) 20.a.0 0.1 0.1 96.8 0.74 75 & over Total 827 845 873 938 855 707 687 678 632 558 502 362 269 214 158 186 798 826 834 902 874 760 723 712 655 579 523 389 285 247 181 218 836 855 883 949 864 714 695 686 639 563 507 366 272 216 159 188 807 836 845 912 884 769 730 721 663 586 528 394 288 249 182 221 846 865 894 960 875 723 704 694 647 571 513 371 276 219 162 190 9. n. n.a.122 9.a.2 0.a.2 1. 0.4 90.4 1.7 13.4 2.005 941 964 818 792 777 771 767 751 706 700 624 609 563 548 419 386 307 294 266 223 194 172 235 203 855 892 886 922 907 943 979 1.0 39.0 0. % Popu- Bud- Hin- Mus- Chris- Others Sinha- Sri Indian Moors lation dhist dus lims tians lese Lankan Tamils (’000) Tamils 2.0 0.8 1.2 0. n.0 0.2 0.615 9.063.a.a. 6.9 Burg- Malays Others hers 0.506 9.Population and Labour Force Table 3. 41.a.3 6.3 1.2 0.a.1 0.4 7.1 0.a.a.8 7.1 0. n.0 0.0 0.3 10.8 785.0 0.007(b) 817 847 856 924 895 779 740 730 672 594 535 399 292 253 185 224 856 875 904 971 885 731 711 702 654 577 519 375 279 221 163 192 827 857 866 926 906 788 748 738 679 601 542 404 295 256 187 227 865 884 913 982 894 739 719 709 661 583 525 379 282 224 165 194 836 866 876 935 915 796 756 746 687 607 547 408 298 259 189 229 9.0 n.1 0.a.0 0.7 3.1 3. n. 41.3 n.5 70.404 19.a.29 30 .3 2.015 958 974 824 799 793 779 773 758 711 707 628 615 567 554 422 390 309 297 257 225 196 174 237 205 863 895 916 988 968 832 801 780 718 635 572 427 312 260 198 239 9.0 0. n.a.0 0.0 0.a.1 n.59 60 .a.7(b) 127. n.950 19. 3. – Not available 9.0 0.2 6.6 990.a.249 10.1 0. n. n.9 73.2001. n.a. n.5 5.9 n.4 3.2 1.462(b) 19.1 n.9 9.a.3 n. 13 874 894 924 992 904 747 727 717 668 590 531 383 285 226 167 197 845 875 885 946 926 805 764 755 694 614 553 412 302 262 191 231 880 900 929 999 910 751 732 722 672 593 534 386 287 227 168 198 850 889 881 909 891 939 952 1.a. n.a.a.a.a. n. n. n.5 10.a.1 0. n.1 8. 0.8(b) 121.7 n.9 73. 0.0 0. n.6 51.a.a.a.9 4.2 n.3 0.a.1 0.3 2.1 0.a.4 526. n.7 0.0 0.4 n.6 9.2 0. n. n.0 76.5 1.0 2. n.5 86.a.1 43.34 35 .251. n.6 0.6 1.1 18.54 55 .7 0.5 n.49 50 .a.1 0. 91.9 2.a.7 2.2 0. (b) Based on Census of Population and Housing .0 0.a. n.0 2.4 86.886(b) 20.a.0 0.6 18. n.3 n.5 18.0 3. n. n. 1.a. 2.0 1.5 2.6 8.

498 737 782 377 825 415 1.854 1.069 1.085 1.159 1.471 5.206 1.553 2.521 2.193 Eastern 1.494 Northern 1.125 1.125 818 Source : Registrar General’s Department 14 .325 459 722 1.326 Sabaragamuwa 1.518 1.526 5.524 752 801 395 850 425 1.217 20.257 1.256 2.396 483 749 1.511 745 791 382 837 420 1.240 Uva 1.135 Central 2.140 1.099 1.291 1.223 1.538 2.132 1.010 20.106 1.2001 (b) Provisional 2.084 839 571 611 104 174 148 156 543 644 374 1.077 1.926 1.561 North Western 2.279 441 704 991 761 526 491 152 150 121 127 486 593 340 1.235 2.391 2.578 1.122 1.943 18.295 2.177 1.653 Colombo Gampaha Kalutara Kandy Matale Nuwara Eliya Galle Matara Hambantota Jaffna Mannar Vavuniya Mullaitivu Kilinochchi Batticaloa Ampara Trincomalee Kurunegala Puttalam Anuradhapura Polonnaruwa Badulla Monaragala Ratnapura Kegalle Total 2.007 19.814 5.000 770 529 532 98 146 164 154 522 596 358 1.550 770 820 405 874 435 1.020 788 538 596 97 142 144 143 544 613 383 1.063 822 558 603 102 167 150 150 530 624 361 1.276 2.540 1.840 1.089 1.417 2.421 2.443 2.825 1.094 1.758 2.470 2.060 794 2.041 1.066 1.128 2.599 2.209 1.036 789 2.102 1.040 804 547 595 100 164 145 142 556 627 395 1.094 1.275 1.886 20.587 5.049 791 (a) Based on Census of Population and Housing .011 780 533 589 97 139 141 140 536 605 377 1.146 1.117 1.539 1.305 2.628 2.173 1.361 471 735 1.252 19.309 1.563 779 830 410 886 440 1.689 Southern 2.515 1.906 1.165 1.052 813 552 599 101 166 147 146 523 615 355 1.415 490 755 1.342 North Central 1.307 453 714 1.707 5.668 19.424 2.412 5.450 20.111 1.169 2.074 831 565 607 103 169 154 154 537 634 368 1.367 2.152 1.382 2.648 5.188 1.Population and Labour Force Table 3.016 786 2.797 19.099 807 1.240 1.111 1.475 721 764 368 801 405 1.133 1.113 813 1.381 5.486 728 773 372 813 410 1.342 2.172 1.064 1.145 1.174 2.118 2.567 2.320 2.266 2.456 2.380 477 742 1.488 2.888 1.535 760 809 400 861 430 1.159 1.225 1.073 797 2.461 713 754 363 787 401 1.196 1.660 2.214 2.460 709 746 359 780 398 1.802 1.870 1.288 448 707 1.251 2.462 19.419 1.196 2.555 1.431 497 761 1.474 2.278 2.443 2.346 2.178 1.476 1.343 466 729 1.493 1.865 Western 5.804 1.506 2.324 2.077 1.086 802 1.187 1.5 Population By Province and District 2001 – 2010 Province / District 2001(a) Thousands 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010(b) 5.020 784 2.105 1.299 2.030 795 542 603 99 145 141 145 549 618 388 1.

2 -1.8 5.024 889 1.283 2.598 Population.801 2.240 1.217 20.293 8.000 Density of Population.921 3.674 1.8 -2.653 1.125 818 1.668 19.827 5.205 807 398 1.833 1.240 830 410 1.025 1.968 3.1 1.8 5.034 1.861 5.933 2.046 868 564 1.1 18.185 11.000 Crude Death Rate per 1.888 4.652 1.701 5.040 793 5.a.415 2.177 1.391 1.777 1.4 17.9 18. 2000 2010(b) 2000 2010(b) 3.679 351 3.5 -1. %   0 .222 2.440 1.943 1.696 817 1.226 647 438 725 239 343 460 647 683 226 173 997 74 69 47 104 150 186 133 144 298 337 235 120 121 116 145 285 72 372 321 471 1.884 1.440 1.9 5.865 2.387 1.062 11.326 886 440 1. 2.373 2.342 1.335 2.2 -1. km.317 765 648 117 16.5 -1.2 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010(b) 19.530 1.1 1.598 5.905 Forests Land Area(a) Sq.000 683 1.9 12.285 2.623 720 482 746 255 446 463 670 661 229 144 658 55 93 61 129 167 208 153 148 312 338 270 127 125 133 159 313 80 395 348 485 62.125 11.699 5.556 2.882 9.2 1.688 1.7 Vital Statistics 2001 – 2010 Item 2001(a) Mid Year Population.610 2.6 13.563 779 1.135 2.431 12.7 11. n.240 11.558 678 1.693 All Island 91 23 46 22 99 23 41 35 161 35 13 113 594 96 116 106 202 74 635 244 193 198 382 192 190 731 515 216 165 34 131 47 39 8 65.487 1.0 8.378 12. Persons per Sq. km.010 20.472 7. Sources : Department of Census and Statistics Registrar General’s Department (a) Based on Census of Population and Housing – 2001 (b) Provisional n.a.386 12.880 1.478 1.946 3 1.252 19.002 185 817 3.6 Population Density 2000 and 2010 Province/District Total Area Inland Waters Sq.Population and Labour Force Table 3.535 5.9 13.678 2.2 1.8 5.685 4.314 1.347 2.193 611 104 174 148 156 1.2 898 1.4 5.664 3.470 1.797 Population Growth Rate.279 9.610 4.230 1. km.727 18.006 2.0 1.165 809 356 1.575 1.5 n.402 317 599 486 932 236 187 509 3.705 19.656 5.389 466 585 2.084 839 571 1.706 5.463 1.561 543 644 374 2.415 1.8 11.431 497 761 2.9 -1.627 5. ’000 Density.007 19.816 3.5 18.9 -0.0 13.617 1.8 6.617 1.a. Western Colombo Gampaha Kalutara Central Kandy Matale Nuwara Eliya Southern Galle Matara Hambantota Northern Jaffna Mannar Vavuniya Mullaitivu Kilinochchi Eastern Batticaloa Ampara Trincomalee North Western Kurunegala Puttalam North Central Anuradhapura Polonnaruwa Uva Badulla Monaragala Sabaragamuwa Ratnapura Kegalle Sq.a.495 2.571 5.854 4.727 7.204 1.544 1.509 1.462 19.433 926 140 129 113 125 1. km.) Infant Mortality per 1.996 2.077 8.9 6.2 11.593 676 1.8 12.54 years 55 years & over Crude Birth Rate per 1.0 5.1 9.506 4. ’000 Net Migration Rate per 1.4 -1. (Persons per Sq.624 2.861 2.684 699 1.6 11.508 4.741 6.129 329 n. km.940 1.3 12.421 1.7 19.644 1.383 1.236 1.106 -0.673 5.450 20.741 5.8 18.5 5.1 1.673 300 303 307 310 314 317 319 322 326 11.361 2.639 4.576 5.1 12.102 20.236 1.000 In-Migration.408 485 560 363 2.000 Rate of Natural Increase per 1.9 5.0 18.609 8.2 1.496 8.000 Live Births 5.410 2.179 3.952 1. km.0 1.6 12.500 2.290 929 1.130 2.599 5.030 517 1. 195 15 14 166 1.1 18.904 2.072 10.9 19.689 1.494 1.14 years 15 .917 1.341 1.993 1.020 2.967 2.553 2.529 7.326 1.331 12.9 5.979 1.205 9. ’000 18.275 1.886 20.632 3.365 3.996 1. ’000 Out-Migration.003 11.2 882 1.644 1.297 11.270 2.3 -1.565 1. 3.645 2.653 305 329 (a) Total land area excluding inland waters Sources : Surveyor General’s Office (b) Provisional Registrar General’s Department Department of Census and Statistics Table 3.023 1.2 10.2 12. – Not available 15 . Sq.

2 32.3 11.8 4.5 14.3 5.7 20.8 4.8 5.3 5.7 5.5 18.4 17.9 5.3 20.8 18.4 3.2 7.5 27.6 5.2 22.0 23.1 3.3 5.7 5.6 5.4 20.2 5.7 13.3 19.3 20.6 3.8 21.4 14.9 17.1 21.7 5.1 18.9 22.9 5.6 22.0 5.4 17.8 5.2 17.8 8.3 12.5 12.1 16.0 5.4 5.6 13.4 14.3 4.4 22.3 14.6 18.4 5.4 5.7 17.6 Source : Registrar General’s Department 5.2 15.0 5.4 19.3 17.8 18.9 19.3 26.1 15.6 19.2 6.8 (a) Provisional (b) Due to abnormal situation in Northern Province past deaths were registered in Mullaitivu district in 2010.4 13.1 3.6 4.5 6.6 22.5 5.8 15.0 18.4 14.2 4.1 9.0 6.3 6.9 3.9 6.3 5.2 18.8 18.9 4.1 26.3 4.000 Persons Table 3.9 4.4 6.0 14.5 17.5 5.3 6.0 (b) 3.4 5.0 4.6 6.3 4.4 3.3 13.8 6.0 5.1 29.5 5.8 23.0 12.4 3.8 22.7 6.1 21.4 21.3 5.3 5.6 6.5 13.6 6.7 5.9 20.9 17.2 4.8 23.2 20.3 19.6 8.9 6.4 20.4 20.9 18.8 26.1 5.2 3.7 5.3 5.9 19.7 4.3 4.9 18.5 5.1 4.6 15.9 7.5 4.8 20.8 17.9 20.1 18.2 24.0 4.5 4.1 12.1 20.3 20.5 3.2 22.1 17.8 3.1 4.5 38.5 5.4 24.0 19.0 4.1 20.0 6.9 5.8 5.1 17.2 25.2 4.1 7.2 19.1 17.4 18.5 21.4 29.8 8.1 3.5 5.0 5.8 3.3 4.3 20.2 4.1 3.5 6.9 11.9 6.7 16.1 18.3 7.0 12.8 11.9 19.5 27.2 13.2 5.2 13.2 4.6 21.2 8.2 6.7 5.4 4.4 3.1 5.5 4.6 19.0 5.0 7.2 19.7 4.4 6.16 2003 2004 2005 2006 2003 – 2010 2007 Crude Birth Rates and Death Rates by District 2008 2009 2010(a) Per 1.7 15.9 5.2 5.6 5.7 16.4 5.7 25.8 20.9 5.4 17.6 6.4 2.3 5.8 7.8 5.0 15.6 4.8 17.8 17.6 18.2 12.6 20.6 5.2 19.7 25.7 15.6 4.4 18.4 5.9 19.7 22.5 12.2 7.9 16.4 20.4 15.2 4.7 14.3 4.6 3.5 15.6 20.7 5.0 8.9 5.3 19.4 20.4 5.0 15.5 6.2 4.8 19.4 6.7 16.4 15.6 17.4 19.7 4.3 6.0 15.7 15.8 14.6 17.5 4.5 11.0 19.9 4.3 27.2 2.2 4.1 6.7 18.7 18.0 7.0 5.4 13.1 16.7 19.5 19.1 18.2 19.9 8.8 4.5 3.6 16.0 22.6 15.6 4.0 7.8 9.0 21.3 3.9 8.9 15.7 22.5 5.8 23.7 23.0 6.8 5.2 59.8 8.2 4.2 4.6 22.3 18.2 18.6 22.1 12.2 17.3 15.7 7.2 18.6 22.4 6.4 15.1 5.7 26.8 15.1 6.8 14.1 4.6 6.0 5.6 3.1 27.7 16.0 Crude Crude Crude Crude Crude Crude Crude Crude Crude Crude Crude Crude Crude Crude Crude Crude Birth Death Birth Death Birth Death Birth Death Birth Death Birth Death Birth Death Birth Death Rate Rate Rate Rate Rate Rate Rate Rate Rate Rate Rate Rate Rate Rate Rate Rate Colombo Gampaha Kalutara Kandy Matale Nuwara Eliya Galle Matara Hambantota Jaffna Mullaitivu Mannar Vavuniya Kilinochchi Ampara Batticaloa Trincomalee Kurunegala Puttalam Anuradhapura Polonnaruwa Badulla Moneragala Ratnapura Kegalle District Population and Labour Force .3 3.7 19.1 21.3 22.1 21.7 5.3 15.5 5.4 3.8 21.2 11.6 19.6 5.8 23.3 4.2 4.4 6.3 3.8 15.4 3.2 5.7 5. 27.1 5.4 3.7 15.2 18.7 31.4 21.4 13.1 7.5 20.8 18.2 12.1 18.5 5.5 5.9 5.2 5.4 5.4 20.3 5.5 4.9 6.8 3.6 5.8 3.3 5.9 4.6 19.8 27.3 17.5 15.1 20.8 15.3 18.1 6.7 6.2 14.9 5.8 6.2 19.6 4.5 18.4 5.4 33.7 4.2 9.9 Sri Lanka 5.0 17.1 19.1 13.7 5.

44.3 19.7 65.1 68.8 50.4 48.3 67.0 68.3 67.9 66.6 21.6 66.8 48. n.7 61.3 68.7 51.3 51.a.7 46.5 27.2 64.5 24.9 48.320 16.2 31.0 67.7 32.141 7.9 64.578 16.5 66.6 55.648 7.9 50.2 69.2 55.8 53.061 8.6 32.0 33. Employed : Persons who are engaged in some kind of work for pay or profit or family gain during the reference week.8 45.519 7.Population and Labour Force Table 3.201 Labour Force ’000 2003(b) 2002 – 2010 2004(c) 2005(d) 2006(a) 2007(a) 2008(a) 2008(b) 2009(b) 15.2 70.9 33. – Not available Labour Force : Number of persons who were employed or unemployed during the reference week.3 65.9 51.175 7. but had no employment during the reference period. (c) Excluding Mullaitivu and Kilinochchi districts.4 49.9 28.5 67.5 68.518 7.9 48.1 26.862 7.2 34.4 62.7 68.569 8.5 50.108 25.a. 17 .2 67.1 30.1 33.489 7.2 54.8 27.7 68.9 69.7 53.4 44.8 62.3 68.2 45.654 8.9 45. (b) Including Eastern province but excluding Northern province.1 50.9 Labour Force Item 2002(a) Household Population ’000 (Aged 10 and above) 14.1 63.0 65.3 55.1 66.105 7.0 64.0 58.0 67.4 All Island   Total   Male   Female 2010(b) 67.4 68.5 26.048 15.9 34.1 68.7 72.7 23.6 50.3 66. (d) All the districts are included.4 65.7 7.6 48.4 37.6 25.0 23.8 6.1 n.2 49.2 17.6 63.2 67.2 69. % Employed ’000 Unemployed ’000   By Age Groups                     15 – 19 20 – 24 25 – 29 30 – 34 35 – 39 40 – 44 45 – 49 50 – 54 55 – 59 60 & above   All Ages   (10 Years & above) ⎫ ⎬ ⎭ ⎫ ⎬ ⎭ By Sector and Sex 50.707 401 48.5 66.8 33.8 42.7 Urban   Total   Male   Female 65.2 49.042 7.074 8.1 68.834 15.6 69.6 32.6 66.1 31.1 52.8 67. n.a.3 48.2 52.0 49.8 33.2 48.593 16.394 7.2 43.3 49.6 23.145 7.2 19.4 68.1 35.1 34.871 14.2 48. Labour Force Participation Rate : Labour force expected as a percentage of population age 10 years and over.5 66.7 26.651 16.9 63.079 16.5 48.2 62.3 46.7 66.7 45.6 67.7 66.7 26. n.a.9 55.2 49.599 7.3 65.1 52.1 54. Unemployed : Persons who are seeking and available for work.7 31.a.2 35.082 8.7 49.6 48.9 67.3 50. 49.013 7.9 19.3 50.0 19.0 67.602 626 641 667 623 493 447 394 434 471 Labour Force Participation Rates.9 32.4 n.1 Source : Department of Census and Statistics (a) Excluding Northern and Eastern provinces.5 Rural   Total   Male   Female 68.

0 24.0 100.0 2.6 29.7 5.1 17.0 By Employment Status 100.2 7.7 7.5 5.8 1.0 14.4 21.3 5.9 3.3 5.0 100.8 – – – – – – – 2.2 13.7 1.4 15.6 13.6 5.3 14.9 13.9 28.4 5.1 4.0 100.2 13.7 2.6 22.1 3.3 5.1 3.7 32.0 100.9 13.7 5.3 0.0 100.2 0.0 100.1 5.6 1.1 22.0 33. 3rd and 4th quarters.0 100.3 6.4 42.1 15.6 29.6 1.5(e) 100.0 100.4 5.0 100.0 22.6 3.2 Total By Occupational Groups 100.6 9.4 16.8 15.4 13.0 Total 1.2 31.5 42.3 41.1 3.7 7.6 22.0 16.9 41.5 3.3 5.2 10.2 5.8 16.1 3.9 6.3 4.2 14.9 16.9 7.6(e) 1.9 7.6 10.7 14.9 3.8 22.4 0.4 1. Source : Department of Census and Statistics (b) Including Eastern Province but excluding Northern Province.2 7.0 Total 1. (d) All districts are included (e) Mining & Quarrying.3 9.1 23.6 13.3 22.2 21.4 0.1 29.0 5.10 Employment Item 2001 – 2010 Percentage 2001(a) 2002(a) 2003(b) 2004(c) 2005(d) 2006(a) 2007(a) 2008(a) 2009(b) 2010(b) By Industrial Category 32.0 (a) Average of 1st.1 14.7(e) 1. Electricity.2 14.5 10.1 4.6 34.5 2.0 Agriculture Mining & Quarrying Electricity.0 7.4 15.4 6.3 13.8 15.0 7.4 4.7 2.8 5.3 19.2 2.8 30.4 17.2 22.9 5.9 4.5 5.6 31.5 6.2 19.4 14.5 4.0 100.4 13.1 17.9 22.6 6. (c) Data excluded both Mullaitivu and Kilinochchi districts.3 15.0 100.1 30.0 14.5 22.4 15.5 4.0 16.7 1.3 28.1(e) 1.0 100.0 100.0 5.5 20.8(e) 1.5 30.6 4.2 4.7 4.4 100.0 46.5 7.6 18.7 5.5 18.0 100.3 17.4 4.8 5.8 24.4 20.4 14.4 14.1 14.7 6.7 13. Storage & Communication Insurance & Real Estate Personal Services Senior Officials and Managers Professionals Technicians & Associate Professionals Clerks Sales & Service Workers and Proprietors Skilled Agricultural and Fishery Workers Craft & Related Workers Plant & Machine Operators & Assemblers Elementary Occupations Not Identified ⎫ ⎬ ⎭ 17.8 19.8 2.7(e) 1.5 15.0 100.0 22.Population and Labour Force Table 3.2 2.0 100.8 7.3 46.2 7.0 100.2 10.8 42.4 44.7 22.7 23.9 6.6 2.6 22.3 5.0 100. 18 .2 27.3 14.4 17.0 100.9 44.0 100.5 13.0 100.8 28.0 6.4 2. Gas & Water Manufacturing Construction Trade & Hotels Transport.6 6.8 10.3 21.4 2. Gas & Water also included.3 3.4 10.1 16.0 14.4 14.3 5.7 5.6 32.2 2.0 24.0 100.3 32.3 14.3 14.9 6.5 10.3 32.1 7.8 4.0 100.1 2.0 0.1 8.6 14.5 34.0 Public Employees Private Employees Employers Own Account Workers Unpaid Family Workers 1.8 5.5 5.3 22.7 17.0 100.5 44.6(e) 1.0 30.8 17.0 100.1 4.0 100.8 12.1 4.7 2.

n.8 15.2 45.a.5 6. n.C.9 38.7 37.8 4.9 3.6 18. n.3 1. n. n.0 12.1 12.3 8.3 21.a.5 37.5 12. n.8 47.3 6. n.8 7. 40.8 4. n.3 28.1 10.8 6.4 40.0 100.4 1.1 4. (O/L) G.7 8. n.a.8 8.1 20.1 32.6 13.39 Above 40 Total % of Labour Force 15 .1 15.0 13.a.3 7.0 100. Percentage Distribution No Schooling Grade 0 . 3. n.a.2 5. n.5 11.a.4 3.a.7 9.0 n.a.4 4.5 6.a.a.a. n.0 12. n.5 13.4 9.0 30.0 5.2 11.9 8.7 … 5.a.9 13.9 11.8 31.6 26.9 28.9 6.9 8.5 1.3 19.1 11.0 n.9 17.24 25 . 6. (A/L) and above Total % of Labour Force No Schooling Grade 0 .2 11.9 … 5. n. (A/L) and above Total ⎫ ⎭ 100.6 8.2 3.1 20.1 7.6 4.3 16.3 11.8 5.3 n.7 11.a.7 20.8 8.a.8 23.7 6.5 4. n.4 4. (c) Excluding Millaitivu and Kilinochchi districts. n.5 7.9 (6 -10 years) G. n.4 5.3 15.3 13.a.9 45. n.0 100.7 13.8 19.4 40.7 6.2 1.6 n.9 11.4 3. (d) All districts included.1 7.4 1. n.a.5 7.3 5.a.8 n. n.2 5.5 44.6 4.6 29. n. n.4 5.2 3.a.9 Source : Department of Census and Statistics .2 31.0 8.a.a.8 10.2 4.0 100.1 16. 6. Unemployed : Persons who are seeking and available for work.9 6.4 12.2 7.a.5 19.5 11.E.2 26.3 19.9 1.3 7. n.4 20.9 26.0 16.0 30.7 6.a.7 n.a. n.0 100.29 30 .8 17.7 4.6 6.3 1.8 39.4 13.3 9.6 4.a.7 41.7 6.5 11.6 12.E.11 Unemployment Item 2001 – 2010 2001(a) 2002(a) 2003(b) 2004(c) 2005(d) 2006(a) 2007(a) 2008(a) 2009(b) 2010(b) 21..5 years) Grade 5 .a.7 8.7 27. but had no employment during the reference period.0 100.1 13.6 1.10 (6 -11 years) G.8 n.2 4.19 20 .3 20.0 3.3 8.49 50 and above Total 100.5 8.2 22.4 3.0 100.9 9.0 5.9 41.a.2 4. (b) Including Eastern Province but excluding Northern Province.8 7.4 17.C.3 11.8 5.4 7.a.a.4 30.2 1.0 5.Population and Labour Force Table 3.19 20 . n.6 41.8 9.2 29.29 30 .9 13.a.C.6 12.2 8.1 28. n.9 By Sector and Sex.2 7.C.8 8.0 100.9 23..2 11.2 6.6 11.8 15.6 6.6 15.3 5.2 28.4 15.1 6.8 1.0 22.5 4. n.a.8 … 3.0 100.4 8.9 7.1 11.3 1.9 ⎫ ⎬ ⎭ 0.2 19.4 (1 .3 7.2 5. n.0 8.8 8.6 26.6 5.9 8.3 21.0 100. 19 .a.0 100.2 14.a.a. (a) Excluding Northern and Eastern Provinces.4 11.2 11.9 13.a. n.9 1.8 18.7 41.a.a.E. n. Negligible Unemployment Rate : The number of unemployed persons as a percentage of the labour force.8 16.7 4.0 100.4 8.1 19.a. n.0 100.4 8. % of Labour Force Urban Total Rural Male Female All Male Female Total Male Female Total 6. n.9 12. (O/L) G.4 (1 .8 17.a.0 32.7 25.0 7. n.1 45.1 1.7 4.0 3.3 1.0 By Level of Education ⎬ 3. 29.3 16.9 36.6 5.a.0 100.0 5.a.1 17.5 years) Grade 5 .2 6.a.5 21. By Age Group Percentage Distribution 15 .8 3.7 8. ⎫ ⎬ ⎭ 1.0 6.0 100.0 6.4 n.5 7.7 2.9 15.8 6.E.39 40 .6 13.5 39.0 100.3 9.

Population and Labour Force Table 3.846 79.9 45.101 1.4 100.8 31.3 Total (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) 100.0 100.553 Government Institutions Executives and Professionals (c) 35.7 14.3 Total 100.2 44.299.0 100.7 Non-Executives (d) 46. Office assistants.1 19. engineers.151 Non-Executives (d) 111.0 100.3 7.153 Minor Employees (e) 94.4 50.5 53. Clerical/technical/field officers and other middle level officers. Executive and professionals such as doctors.235 85.6 32.362 201.7 Non-Executives (d) 46.138 11.672 261.8 45.1 4.3 29.0 Public Sector (Total) Executives and Professionals (c) 30.193 79.102 33.549 310.5 39.6 29.054 110.8 29.4 42.788 1.3 3.679 271.923 1.3 19.850 310.172.824 340.299 98.5 50.365 Total 3.116 356.7 17.069 3. legal officers and teachers.065 37.095 6.2 48.0 100.5 Non-Executives (d) 46.004 31.079 267.499 6.0 26.566 118.086 3.1 31.892 34.820 Public Sector (Total) Executives and Professionals (c) 341.739 Non-Executives (d) 406.5 18.8 27.3 22.167 41.061 535.562 114.587 6.136 48.8 30.9 14.410 927.179 35. labourers.345 178.0 100. drivers.723 20.0 Minor Employees (e) 39.366 22.5 40.041 Semi-Government Institutions Executives and Professionals (c) 33.9 51.3 69.0 100.3 26.131 144.802 11.0 Semi-Government Institutions Executives and Professionals (c) 14.9 49.253 119.795 948.0 100.1 14.3 24. 20 317.0 100.772 604.826 450.0 100.249 85.003 133.6 51.101 108.2 65.1 2.2 29.4 46.8 30.932 485.053 990.078 240.755 11.044 36.6 44.996 6.253 Minor Employees (e) 163.658 Minor Employees (e) 258.0 48.707 39.9 51.912 300.654 121.118.857 349.155 531.4 53.8 53.0 48.242 7.6 71.313.753 122.584 Percentage Total 100.4 33.263 194.0 100.409 4.0 100.4 64.114 489.3 Total 1.300 Non-Executives (d) 518.251.658 1.0 100.969 45.2 100.864 97.444 101. accountants.6 14.0 23.357 113. machine operators etc.214 33.9 40.618 877.9 14.2 39.557 347.651 266.0 100.041 42.0 48.047.2 Minor Employees (e) 23.318 245.543 249.212 656.0 Provisional Employees on contractual and casual basis.0 100.0 Minor Employees (e) 18.912 6.5 40.0 100.5 20.0 100.2 50.646 20.6 18.728 1.576 603.515 309.0 100.0 Source : Central Bank of Sri Lanka .0 13.609 1.0 22.6 4.207 42.5 100.908 653.0 100.430 243.1 13.1 2.237 347.7 27.0 100.358 170.1 51.5 31.658 115.833 3.6 27.239 Total 314.0 100.12 Public Sector Employment Category 2008 2008 – 2010 2009 2010(a) Grades Grades Grades Grades Grades Grades Regular Other (b) Total Regular Other (b) Total Regular Other (b) Total Government Institutions Executives and Professionals (c) 307.197.857 91.062 105.3 46.027.976 140.0 100.399 288.010 30.825 564.215 306.6 15.848 3.725 1.

089 35.3 114.9 47.1 3.419 55.8 36.1 2.7 103.4 27.381 48.1 Migrant remittances (Rs.6 Source : Sri Lanka Bureau of Foreign Employment 21 .a.a.) Middle-East Other Middle-East as % of total As a % of Export earnings 13.9 14.579 58.4 111.1 51.707 1.3 46.642.8 20. n.) % 70.6 2.Population and Labour Force Table 3.a.2 20.447.1 128.932.455 1.6 19.726 34.2 119.2 22.776 1.502 116.0 229.896 40.7 23.6 75. n.984 65.3 3.6 22.745 51.4 23.179 84.1 1.1 21.0 31.2 18.1 31.381 57.358 1.1 15.445 Male (No.7 22.a.459 250.0 24.6 122.1 2.600 1.1 Average No.368 1.3 134.039 127.126 266.503 59.709 231.9 30.688 185.5 27.7 74.5 79.a.170 44.2 49.979 37.1 23.1 54.482 47.290 201.0 3.773 209.5 17.5 3.3 17.474 62.0 3.502 59 Female (No.4 13.226 58. n.3 3.1 49.7 24.3 n.792.0 1.7 2.778 55.) % 132.3 87.7 3.1 3.3 23.0 23.2 35.9 27.8 53.6 3.948 218.9 160.000 1. Migrant Employment by skills (%) Professional Middle level Clerical & related Skilled Labour Unskilled Labour Housemaids 0.267 48.8 Foreign employment as a % of total number   employed 14.9 46.7 26.7 21.4 24.5 1.683 60.846 214.0 3.) 203.5 2.1 25. Mn.13 Migration for Foreign Employment 2002 – 2010 Category / Year 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010(a) Total Migration for Employment (No.4 Estimated stock of foreign employment 970. of Migrant travellers for employment per day 558 575 588 634 553 599 686 677 730 Migration for employment   as a % of all departures 37.221.499 247.076 56.4 128.5 93.6 1.232 51.4 21.3 0.579 47.7 22.5 133.282 96.9 22.003.4 0.1 1.0 32.2 48.8 127.5 (a) Provisional 13. n.4 31.871 70.298 153.859 56.831.714 64.946 49.763 1.604 61.2 189.5 42.245 Foreign employment as a % of total labour force 22.5 137.3 20.7 130.3 14.8 2.5 2.0 279.3 20.9 1.0 111.977 52.068.8 1.0 43.4 20.394 59.3 135.6 90.1 77.079 59.9 26.

40 39.890 Saudi Arabuia 32.98 5.00 6 0.929 2.50 3.16 3.00 16 0.97 3.36 683 0.19 7.97 1.138 1.690 Singapore 1.692 1.474 1.738 1.210 32.105 Kuwait 12.371 15.782 17.797 16.01 13 Hong Kong 270 0.276 3.458 15.352 4.01 61 0.026 0.46 1.72 3.38 0.82 39.18 4.01 22 0.043 0.62 3.095 36.42 1.532 1.915 1.939 3.13 228 0.00 4 Other 593 0. % No.85 1.37 8.39 6.584 1.193 1.79 2010 Table 3.01 17 0.082 3.520 100.61 4.459 100.08 185 0.65 9.11 1.06 111 Italy 7 0.136 4.43 357 0.00 4 0.293 0.751 1.890 15.13 9.829 1.991 1.16 6.234 0.731 1.45 38.741 10. % Source : Sri Lanka Bureau of Foreign Employment 100.38 2.692 6.00 0.697 17.623 18.370 Oman 20.069 UAE South East Asian Countries Brunei - - 10 0.91 3.70 53.79 4.653 1.207 6.66 2.05 2.00 1.34 30.467 1.00 1 0.22 2002 No.08 171 0.889 3.798 11.13 36.015 13.54 31. % 2003 No.23 6.057 0.26 2.25 174 United States 7 0.98 35.14 646 0.661 1.58 8.78 3.334 15.14 299 0.51 990 0.17 4.81 46.00 209.21 3.12 352 0.00 214.057 Bahrain 6.44 947 0.168 0. % 2004 No.26 378 0.00 24 0.772 Greece 141 0.07 55 0.65 1.00 3 0.995 2.65 3.30 1.14 23.15 890 0.13 26.41 6.00 1.12 3.495 34.46 891 0.826 31.01 18 0.52 2.39 1.19 239 0.290 100.119 100.273 2.257 European Countries Cyprus 3.18 3.42 3.476 15.902 1.062 Lebonan 3.26 330 Seychelles 100 0.81 2.050 0.21 76.499 100.16 1.03 125 0.097 20.709 100.29 17.941 18.04 0.86 10.948 100.00 5 0.07 2.441 26.304 0. 2007 % Departures for Foreign Employment by Country 2002 – 2010 2008 No.00 11 0.43 1.09 6.11 241 0.29 650 0.402 7.08 32.90 5.21 13.49 70.586 16.07 256 0.41 36.01 11 0.62 5.01 0.440 3.00 6 0.14 Middle Eastern Countries 4. % 2005 No. % 2009 No.562 1.26 71.852 8.76 43.400 2.912 1.004 1.78 3.63 34.326 2.00 11 0.01 15 Other Countries Maldives 2.827 1.06 52 0.424 30.97 2.09 353 0.18 41.73 33.75 4.79 3.74 39.44 954 0.58 38.445 0.00 5 0.879 16.017 0.043 1. Korea 522 0.346 1.78 4.850 2.943 17.74 42.157 15.54 4.577 1.16 48.904 1.400 17.680 1.13 2.18 2.832 20.02 42.953 15.032 3.183 Mauritius 159 0.46 2.31 781 0.228 1.62 1.11 163 0.69 3.05 139 0.32 36.632 Quatar 71.03 8.52 1.01 64 0.918 Total 204.35 4.28 2.036 0.028 18.079 0.975 2.97 2.47 947 0.42 60.311 0.36 622 0.86 5.43 1.71 67.00 5 0.00 247.95 61.04 0.489 27.10 3.57 0.069 0.00 266.907 4.00 231.15 8.533 3.55 18.61 15.92 77.14 306 Malaysia 380 0.525 2. % No.42 3.96 76.77 1.41 32.744 17.03 85 0.650 1.00 201.45 3.31 16.19 326 0.907 2.297 33.895 1.018 17.446 Jordan 41.445 Country \ Year Population and Labour Force .00 218.12 0.13 316 0.40 7.00 16 0. % 2006 No.969 1.00 250.08 4.04 25 0.03 7 0.747 1.39 20.270 0.00 1 0.02 596 0.83 51.19 2.62 4.48 1.131 1.07 0.05 128 0.041 S.929 1.00 4 0.846 100.11 1.58 4.

302 5.797 7.15 Departures for Foreign Employment by Skill Level.181 453 3.506 46 1 47 42 3 45 1 0 1 54.573 868 96 964 1.363 13.281 22.506 20.951 39.500 590 2.180 59.484 18.024 1.166 51.022 186 140 3 2 5 250.552 13.744 1.355 23.515 665 9.870 3.764 3. Age Group and Gender 2008 – 2010 Year \ Age Group Below 20 20 .204 7.460 15.807 6.39 40 .215 177 1.468 1.234 234 1.973 Departures for Skilled Level Jobs 2008 2009 2010(a) Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female Total 729 295 1.094 883 76 959 547 37 584 660 34 694 571 41 612 333 28 361 399 37 436 327 27 354 Departures for Unskilled Level Jobs 2008 2009 2010(a) Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female Total 1.102 13.967 8.206 1.688 12.199 213 1.285 270 2.869 335 7.29 30 .49 Departures for Professional.390 2009 Male Female 2.766 2.219 3.571 3.219 22.455 33.903 3.412 1.696 1.513 198 1.594 22.796 278 7.513 9.191 10.637 45.365 547 8.183 3.989 2.502 130.729 1.400 106 4.770 9.957 37.824 395 3.781 70 3.418 12.898 12.912 8.167 135 5.324 27.431 367 1.932 2.306 14.020 8.819 9.173 50.028 66 1.633 15.267 7.727 Departures for Housemaid Jobs (Female only) 2008 2009 2010(a) Total Total Total 2.517 193 1.705 6.397 278 2.381 127.780 6.654 361 6.020 6.718 55.401 9.127 19.404 13.425 19.376 14.622 11.189 21.114 193 29 222 188 25 213 192 32 224 142 16 158 143 20 163 145 16 161 4 1 5 2 1 3 0 0 0 4.711 1.306 356 3.941 5.953 1.883 23.551 1.710 30 8 38 13 4 17 1 0 1 15.426 12.273 127 59 128.485 21.662 2.333 159 1.747 14.555 2 113.087 Departures for all Occupations 2008 Male Female 2.763 1.074 6.848 4.099 1.904 1.524 5.536 5.614 1.397 373 2.730 15.411 65 1.494 19.730 369 2.184 12.678 6.015 4.679 3.583 12.885 24.874 1.520 13.407 2.721 20.126 135.344 26.265 926 11.516 98 1.960 15.538 18.159 13.727 246 1.685 6.798 1.469 1.562 7.135 12.277 13.422 892 61 953 1.897 32.608 18.757 1.299 558 4.461 112 1.851 4.503 18.768 6.465 12.309 59.112 11.599 10.704 1.392 1.827 18.265 246 1.202 2.012 89 4.008 33.938 17.036 13.729 1.190 2.444 1.939 15.789 Departures for Semi Skilled Level Jobs 2008 2009 2010(a) Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female Total 111 2 113 235 5 240 71 31 102 1.222 17.869 1.759 (a) Provisional 33.177 755 2.24 25 .616 2010(a) Total Total Male Female Total 5.477 320 1.768 23.428 23.495 6.326 5.280 17.014 22.432 178 1.492 1.447 15.276 488 3.611 431 4.707 16.293 13.412 12.998 328 5.378 158 5.634 2.648 22.34 35 .813 1.931 59.169 1.198 38.675 1.505 12.834 3.678 955 11.239 43.226 46.923 54.489 5.588 108 1.889 682 4.986 17.371 747 10.287 8.643 1.019 34.393 1.610 1.499 247.448 15.377 11.718 679 9.180 9.429 71.090 47 5 52 24 3 27 1 0 1 52.065 44 48 107.051 7.451 2.140 304 1.281 141 1.558 5.173 18.242 169 1.755 1.366 50.287 19.712 180 5.146 11.538 5.969 19.397 10.367 8.561 1.054 7.144 4.437 1.400 20.594 240 1.101 4.930 6.714 21.316 1.710 81 59 119.Population and Labour Force Table 3.625 36.44 Above 49 Age Not Reported Total 1.856 15.042 3.617 8.321 64.891 22.292 56.380 61.525 18.148 50.808 20.965 29.857 2.023 1.925 12.903 20.049 8.124 9.232 122.436 38.510 11.772 2.118 6.411 1.511 1.923 113.445 Source : Sri Lanka Bureau of Foreign Employment 23 .668 268 1.527 18.770 2.745 45 .401 7.650 38.371 418 7.573 7.251 798 13.979 1.892 3.132 640 2.476 829 194 1.060 6.926 14.943 266.538 13. Middle and Clerical Level Jobs 2008 2009 2010(a) Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female Total 106 37 143 114 13 127 156 25 181 1.936 1.055 4.709 970 4.474 169 1.466 5.260 56 1.035 8.887 10.972 1.212 20.555 2.054 5.532 1.039 6.

694 17.527 10.391 –  615 1.200 1.745 6.193 4.699 2.133 16.004 7.813 13.905 5.257 1.816 4.384 823 4.142 3.997 –  280 90 463 6.197 14.351 2.483 6.955 5.608 2.686 2.548 581 –  305 622 40 10.015 2.988 3.793 1.536 1.263 Male 136.732 10.306 14.135 7.409 13.861 8.488 2.359 3.381 1.408 2.074 787 7.730 7.862 3.422 1.164 4.835 12.410 3.306 4.126 3.171 2.027 7.584 6.476 5.827 1.981 7.688 9.894 3.264 30.875 22.481 1.186 10.420 7.615 4.061 30.486 1.742 3.420 5.479 3.232 17.905 5.946 3.763 11.154 1.267 12.728 9.193 16.719 2.466 9.765 3.337 9.641 6.149 15.999 909 11.311 Female 2007 128.301 1.159 3.578 2.522 6.079 4.077 13.073 9.382 7.730 4.314 4.529 14.324 3.292 10.118 10.079 11.115 8.816 2.407 Male 133.060 3.833 2.906 9.568 Male 127.859 31.504 6.098 1.059 30.791 3.694 19.474 1.555 3.263 –  279 109 444 8.181 9.105 6.262 10.194 4.199 7.196 4.183 15.477 3.486 2.970 2.718 3.381 5.482 6.817 2.295 26.382 2.276 7.975 3.631 5.818 2.159 3.292 17.639 5.891 10.263 1.504 5.446 421 3.536 12.361 1.412 40.369 12.031 6.646 5.296 7.545 29.870 5.239 14.052 8.823 3.893 3.979 1.768 692 –  401 35 640 13.891 7.269 8.137 9.478 14.067 2.156 6.328 449 –  291 563 25 10.747 3.025 3.251 15.778 5.638 3.020 2.416 7.189 17.228 1.649 4.925 4.104 1.416 545 2 221 40 608 9.743 6.528 13.611 1.566 1.24 Total (a) Provisional Not Indicated Sabaragamuwa Ratnapura Kegalle Uva Badulla Moneragala North Central Anuradhapura Polonnaruwa North Western Kurunegala Puttalam Eastern Batticaloa Ampara Trincomalee Northern Jaffna Kilinochchi Mannar Mullaitivu Vavuniya Southern Galle Matara Hambanthota Central Kandy Matale Nuwara Eliya Western Colombo Gampaha Kalutara Province / District / Year 74.516 2.625 0 293 129 779 9.954 607 4.107 1.242 23.999 5.043 1.685 3.177 1.644 1.340 636 26.172 2.111 4.730 8.123 2.820 8.409 4.058 7.110 13.068 4.601 5.557 1.497 11.364 2.029 28.093 8.362 1.603 30. Province and Gender 2003 – 2010 Population and Labour Force .557 2.264 4.127 Female 2003 Male 79.818 12.203 6.339 2.568 13.533 6.248 37.012 3.272 7.375 4.057 4.673 14.017 5.785 11.315 986 5.238 8.708 10.127 6.785 5.402 2.743 2.198 8.338 14.069 5.418 4.639 2.419 5.757 3.688 13.087 9.250 7.467 3.899 19.859 4.978 10.637 3.604 5.531 2.936 11.641 Female 2009 135.640 8.522 2.448 6.083 1.681 14.799 3.992 4.016 1.261 1.917 1.233 9.585 1.223 5.755 4.732 7.777 20.288 2.518 24.034 6.385 1.440 3.963 6.588 3.355 8.030 5.199 2.302 13.593 2.943 6.110 11.552 12.013 4.930 4.766 12.980 4.719 4.816 6.785 19.713 3.570 1.278 Male 130.701 1.278 12.218 –  371 698 77 7.896 26.348 7.261 8.554 832 7.979 946 4.537 27.802 3.332 9.242 1.162 853 4.447 1.107 Male 114.432 3.705 648 5 267 28 757 12.501 20.483 14.407 2.273 3.197 21.604 1.035 9.452 6.994 1.734 659 –  365 39 671 13.698 1.295 5.233 5.977 5.201 3.187 1.647 10.073 14.117 384 3 179 30 521 12.508 5.194 6.432 9.861 2.895 8.482 2.352 17.489 3.625 2.559 9.556 25.174 6.995 2.234 Female 2008 Departures for Foreign Employment by District.404 –  181 33 376 5.125 6.223 18.005 2.049 8.255 330 2.599 1.559 1.250 2.119 2.095 2.315 5.248 8.435 18.484 1.974 7.187 2.460 2.207 2.301 2.601 534 –  358 10 699 12.491 13.438 11.963 7.341 130 8.992 10.646 9.924 2.243 15.876 2.647 13.392 5.006 12.617 1.201 2.445 14.610 18.822 3.141 1.255 31.298 4.009 6.580 5 367 112 701 11.987 3.655 3.017 12.575 5.233 1.926 4.096 Female 2010(a) Table 3.658 4.450 17.662 566 4.233 3.628 4.506 5.743 3.842 1.674 5.354 36.402 22.105 13.049 Female 2006 103.041 2.464 13.582 2.421 6.030 13.234 3.229 3.022 17.223 Female 2004 93.824 1.402 13.819 2.173 2.830 1.995 8.071 1.583 4.235 3.795 888 7.523 815 27.624 2.061 12.185 4.207 8.107 26.850 6.987 10.405 3.671 6.142 1.692 15.547 6.867 1.668 3.967 4.135 3.735 498 4.498 6.930 1.203 8.510 3.383 4.806 5.748 3.561 1.111 Male 119.654 13.177 2.450 12.215 6.028 3.920 6.021 1.292 Female 2005 90.024 6.003 5.819 1.312 15.502 7.910 4.207 135.298 8.617 1 419 134 816 9.201 1.768 8.039 2.502 9.475 10.204 2.842 5.980 16.989 1.827 1.559 4.910 7.952 1.753 2.147 12.643 8.826 2.215 11.433 6.589 5.139 5.16 Source : Sri Lanka Bureau of Foreign Employment 122.520 966 10.136 Male 113.254 12.

898.680 3.795 1.039 -323.941.927 Exports of Goods and Services 1. 124.054 -105.090.014.399 GNP Per Capita. Rs. Rs.365.726.698 2.345.1 4.744 176.291 2.381 628.769 Savings (Current Market Prices).671 218.917.556.578.598 1.  US $ Expenditure (Current Market Prices).041.835.0 Growth of GNP 6.413.344 -603.2 6.259 2.278 1.9 3.293 1.530.611.602.967.National Accounts Table 4.5 Real National Income at Constant (2002) Prices (RNI).033 267.019 822.7 6. Mn.302 834.733 2.796 -71.084 3.976 1.473 656.060.153 (a) Revised (b) Provisional 498.782 2.712 3. GNP at Constant (2002) Prices 2.9 Growth of RNI 5.108 236.8 7.1 Summary of National Accounts 2005 – 2010 Item 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009(a) 2010(b) 1.305.972 233.014 2.262.679 -511. GDP at Constant (2002) Prices 2.980 793.216 -30.309. 658.699.779.376 -371. Per Capita Income.780 2.049 -40.281.445 2.321 Economic Growth Rates (In Real Terms).599 1.806 2.410.893 212.500 GNP at Current Market Prices 2.247 1.557.928 784.950.148.497 5.192 1.181 145.044.328 1.858 Sources: Department of Census and Statistics Central Bank of Sri Lanka 25 .0 3.776 1. Mn.320 1.613.424 -39.368 Gross Domestic Expenditure 178. Mn.032 -55.935 611.845 1.056 3.232. Mn.181. Rs.799.816 2. Mn.348 Investment 1.952 2.938.709 1. Rs.923.8 6. Rs.226 1.802 2.421 2.013.449 Domestic Savings 867.422.208. Rs.057 271.241 2.775 Growth of GDP 6.166 2.757 1.645.649 -313.803 Factor Income From Abroad (Net) (Current Prices).420. Rs. Mn.671.6 7.6 4.821 3.215. Rs.  US $ 123.617 2.402 1.0 7.082 Net Exports of Goods and Services (Current Market Prices).007 Imports of Goods and Services 1.114.966 2.688 4.201.884 2.381.171 Gross National Product (GNP). (Current Market Prices) 1.682 4. Mn.331 5.214 2.716 1. 583.167 2.770 4.012.306 -219.439.431.256 3.949.6 7.031. % 2.277 1.432 GDP at Current Market Prices 5.651 4.289 1.220 6. 438.032 5.6 6.656 GDP Per Capita.240 1.539.095.208. Rs.215.501 147.449.864 885.149.5 7.919 2.464 Gross Domestic Product (GDP).2 7.318 2.000.523 1.5 8.117 Consumption 2.564 2.061.634 4.973 National Savings 1.452.

National Accounts

Table 4.2

GDP, GNP and Deflators (Factor Cost Prices) 1960 – 2010

Gross Domestic Product Gross National Product

Adjusted Adjusted
Rs. Mn. Growth Rs. Mn. Growth GDP Rs. Mn. Growth Rs. Mn. Growth GNP GDP GNP
Deflator
Year
at Current
Rate
at Cons-
Rate
Deflator at Current
Rate
at Cons-
Rate
Deflator Deflator
(1959=100) (1959=100)

Prices
%
tant Prices
%
Prices
%
tant Prices
%

(a)
(a)

(b)
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970

6,331
6,353
6,549
6,849
7,326
7,499
7,741
8,318
9,930
10,834
11,778

6.8
0.3
3.1
4.6
7.0
2.4
3.2
7.5
19.4
9.1
8.7

6,332
6,465
6,760
6,951
7,397
7,565
7,854
8,255
8,937
9,369
9,828

6.8
2.1
4.6
2.8
6.4
2.3
3.8
5.1
8.3
4.8
4.9

100.0
98.3
96.9
98.5
99.0
99.1
98.6
100.8
111.1
115.6
119.8

1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982

13,187
13,674
14,720
17,920
23,302
25,691
28,032
34,684
40,479
49,782
62,246
79,337
91,643


3.7
7.6
21.7
30.0
10.3
9.1
23.7
16.7
23.0
25.0
27.5
15.5

13,187
13,209
13,631
14,138
14,585
14,987
15,431
16,078
17,401
18,501
19,575
20,706
21,756

4.9
0.2
3.2
3.7
3.2
2.8
3.0
4.2
8.2
6.3
5.8
5.8
5.1

100.0
103.5
108.0
126.8
159.8
171.4
181.7
215.7
232.6
269.1
318.0
383.2
421.2

1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996

94,679
113,878
140,039
148,321
163,713
177,731
203,516
228,138
290,615
337,399
386,999
453,092
523,300
598,327
695,934


20.3
23.0
5.9
10.4
8.6
14.5
12.1
27.4
16.1
14.7
17.1
15.5
14.3
16.3

94,679
99,375
104,395
109,570
114,261
115,922
119,050
121,729
129,244
135,204
140,990
150,783
159,269
167,953
174,261

5.1
5.0
5.1
5.0
4.3
5.0
2.7
2.3
6.2
4.6
4.3
6.9
5.6
5.5
3.8

100.0
114.6
134.1
135.4
143.3
153.3
171.0
187.4
224.9
249.6
274.5
300.5
328.6
356.2
399.4

1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001

695,934
803,698
912,839
994,730
1,125,259
1,245,599


15.5
13.6
9.0
13.1
10.7

695,934
739,763
774,796
808,340
857,035
843,794

3.8
6.3
4.7
4.3
6.0
-1.5

100.0
108.6
117.8
123.0
131.3
147.6

2002(c)
2006
2007
2008
2009(d)

1,636,037
2,938,680
3,578,688
4,410,682
4,835,293


19.8
21.8
23.2
9.6

1,636,037
2,090,564
2,232,656
2,365,501
2,449,214


7.7
6.8
6.0
3.5

100.0
140.6
160.3
186.5
197.4

2010(e) 5,602,321

15.9

2,645,432

8.0

211.8

BASE YEAR 1959
6,287
6,313
6,503
6,797
7,291
7,484
7,705
8,265
9,876
10,725
11,636

6.7
0.4
3.0
4.5
7.3
2.6
3.0
7.3
19.5
8.6
8.5

6,289
6,425
6,710
6,900
7,363
7,551
7,818
8,210
8,901
9,301
9,743

6.7
2.2
4.4
2.8
6.7
2.6
3.5
5.0
8.4
4.5
4.8

100.0
98.3
96.9
98.5
99.0
99.1
98.6
100.7
111.0
115.3
119.4

100.0
98.3
96.9
98.5
99.0
99.1
98.6
100.8
111.1
115.6
119.8

100.0
98.3
96.9
98.5
99.0
99.1
98.6
100.7
111.0
115.3
119.4

12,967
13,486
14,542
17,737
23,119
25,478
27,750
34,432
40,242
49,542
61,814
77,625
89,609


4.0
7.8
22.0
30.3
10.2
8.9
24.1
16.9
23.1
24.8
25.6
15.4

12,967
13,034
13,474
14,016
14,449
14,837
15,258
15,934
17,329
18,430
19,456
20,257
21,229

4.8
0.5
3.4
4.0
3.1
2.7
2.8
4.4
8.8
6.4
5.6
4.1
4.8

100.0
103.5
107.9
126.3
160.0
171.7
181.9
216.1
232.2
268.8
317.7
383.2
422.1

119.8
124.1
129.4
151.9
191.5
205.4
217.7
258.5
278.8
322.5
381.1
459.2
504.8

119.4
123.6
128.4
151.1
191.1
205.1
217.2
258.1
277.3
321.0
379.4
457.7
504.1

92,720
110,664
136,638
144,921
159,852
173,395
198,250
222,399
283,930
330,032
379,179
447,113
514,990
591,369
684,741


19.4
23.5
6.1
10.3
8.5
14.3
12.2
27.7
16.2
14.9
17.9
15.2
14.8
15.8

92,720
96,439
101,399
106,741
111,565
113,307
116,214
118,874
126,426
132,214
138,074
148,744
156,571
165,897
171,056

4.8
4.0
5.1
5.3
4.5
1.6
2.6
2.3
6.4
4.6
4.4
7.7
5.3
6.0
3.2

100.0
114.8
134.8
135.8
143.3
153.0
170.6
187.1
224.6
249.6
274.6
300.6
328.9
356.5
400.0

504.8
578.5
677.1
683.4
723.3
774.0
863.0
946.1
1,135.1
1,259.7
1,385.6
1,516.9
1,658.6
1,798.3
2,016.0

504.1
579.5
679.3
684.5
722.3
771.5
860.0
943.2
1,132.2
1,258.4
1,384.4
1,515.3
1,658.1
1,797.0
2,016.4

684,676
794,289
901,283
976,899
1,102,177
1,221,768


16.0
13.5
8.4
12.8
10.9

684,676
730,947
764,908
794,340
840,200
829,055


6.8
4.6
3.8
5.8
-1.3

100.0
108.7
117.8
123.1
131.2
147.4

2,016.0
2,189.4
2,374.8
2,481.7
2,647.0
2,975.6

2,016.4
2,191.1
2,374.5
2,482.7
2,645.5
2,972.2

1,611,994
2,898,256
3,539,634
4,305,651
4,779,497


19.6
22.1
21.6
11.0

1,611,994
2,061,806
2,208,291
2,309,171
2,420,952


7.5
7.1
4.6
4.8

100.0
140.6
160.3
186.5
197.4

3,225.6
4,534.2
5,170.2
6,014.4
6,368.0

3,220.2
4,526.6
5,161.6
6,004.3
6,357.4

Base Year 1970

Base Year 1982

Base Year 1996

Base Year 2002

5,530,464

15.7

2,611,500

7.9

211.8

6,830.9

6,819.5

(a) The continuous series on GDP (at 1996 Factor Cost Prices) for the period 1959-2002 are given in Table 7
Sources: Central Bank of Sri Lanka

Department of Census and Statistics
of the special statistical appendix of the Central Bank Annual Report - 2002.
(b) The continuous GDP deflator series (1996=100) are given in Table 10 of the special statistical appendix of
the Central Bank’s 2002 Annual Report.
(c) Figures from 2002 onwards are based on the estimates of constant prices of the Department of Census and Statistics.
(d) Revised.
(e) Provisional.

26

National Accounts

Table 4.3

Gross Domestic Product at Constant Factor Cost Prices 1960 – 2010(a)

Rs. Million

Year Agriculture, Mining Manu- Cons- Electri- Transport, Trade
Banking, Owner-
Public
Services Gross

Forestry
&
factu-
truction
city
Storage &
Insurance
ship Adminis-
(n.e.s.) Domestic

&
Quarry-
ring Gas & Communi-
& Real
of
tration &
Product

Fishing
ing
Water
cation Estate Dwellings Defence
1960
1965
1970

2,436
2,773
3,407

32
34
65

728
937
1,332

281
266
577

10
14
21

1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982

3,732
3,642
3,755
3,725
3,942
3,847
3,894
4,299
4,532
4,622
4,766
5,097
5,231

95
96
103
472
295
395
571
515
619
652
684
713
742

2,197
2,279
2,321
2,266
2,163
2,263
2,371
2,357
2,541
2,659
2,681
2,820
2,955

744
708
651
665
712
649
685
619
794
960
1,066
1,034
1,013

101
90
101
107
108
117
122
131
158
190
209
234
257

1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996

24,964
26,212
26,113
28,366
29,106
27,409
27,984
27,666
30,011
30,570
30,090
31,554
32,593
33,659
32,109

2,238
2,413
2,449
2,486
2,615
3,112
3,392
3,576
3,901
3,511
3,300
3,693
3,915
4,048
4,408

13,601
13,710
15,390
16,193
17,558
18,748
19,622
20,488
22,427
23,949
26,059
28,806
31,418
34,294
36,539

7,959
8,039
8,030
8,070
8,191
8,338
8,463
8,514
8,761
9,033
9,765
10,400
11,024
11,564
11,957

1,089
1,161
1,239
1,313
1,406
1,448
1,499
1,526
1,681
1,800
1,897
2,125
2,335
2,573
2,522

Base Year 1959
585
740
913

929
1,105
1,393

52
90
118

212
273
302

314
372
459

754
961
1,184

6,332
7,565
9,771

1,258
1,219
1,335
1,354
1,462
1,497
1,425
1,498
1,607
1,716
1,838
1,957
2,079

2,533
2,456
2,548
2,607
2,771
2,886
2,928
2,999
3,267
3,551
3,849
4,034
4,275

152
166
175
182
213
276
246
295
318
350
402
462
517

399
407
415
419
455
463
467
475
499
518
549
579
611

517
548
583
641
688
729
760
791
854
905
959
997
1,102

1,459
1,598
1,644
1,700
1,776
1,865
1,962
2,099
2,212
2,378
2,572
2,779
2,974

13,187
13,209
13,631
14,138
14,585
14,987
15,431
16,078
17,401
18,501
19,575
20,706
21,756

10,666
11,281
12,437
12,959
13,377
13,538
13,619
13,883
14,410
15,534
16,606
17,287
17,823
18,803
20,213

19,694
20,738
22,029
22,925
23,821
24,496
25,164
25,588
26,497
28,556
30,074
32,584
34,667
35,906
37,765

3,715
4,130
4,526
4,975
5,174
5,490
5,819
6,168
6,556
6,831
7,241
8,023
8,785
9,707
10,687

3,250
3,315
3,381
3,432
3,497
3,550
3,603
3,650
3,705
3,761
3,795
3,841
3,887
3,938
3,989

2,899
3,786
4,165
4,432
5,274
5,435
5,462
6,140
6,355
6,304
6,449
6,642
6,848
7,218
7,579

4,604
4,590
4,636
4,419
4,242
4,358
4,423
4,530
4,940
5,355
5,714
5,828
5,974
6,243
6,493

94,679
99,375
104,395
109,570
114,261
115,922
119,050
121,729
129,244
135,204
140,990
150,783
159,269
167,953
174,261

Base Year 1970

Base Year 1982

Year Agri- Mining Manu- Cons- Electri- Transport,
Wholesale
Financial
Public Gross

culture,
&
factu-
truction city, Gas Storage&
and Retail
Services, Real Administration, Domestic

Forestry
Quarry-
ring
& Commu- Trade, Estate and Other Govt.
Product

&
ing
Water
nication
Hotels and
Business
Services

Fishing Resturants
Services
and Defence
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002

156,108
160,753
164,804
172,238
175,317
169,377
173,623

2002
2006
2007
2008
2009(c)

233,615
257,147
265,870
285,897
295,097

13,927
14,460
13,677
14,238
14,921
15,019
14,858

112,724
122,929
130,702
136,498
149,115
142,909
145,864

48,234
50,842
54,461
57,075
59,815
61,292
60,796

9,171
9,918
10,921
11,958
12,496
12,130
12,044

Base Year 1996
74,502
81,074
87,266
94,303
101,670
105,497
113,525

159,751
170,148
177,611
179,940
195,233
181,733
191,505

68,316
73,951
77,944
81,259
85,766
91,456
99,820

53,203
55,698
57,411
60,851
62,702
64,381
65,213

695,934
739,763
774,796
808,340
857,035
843,794
877,248

Year Agri- Mining Manu- Cons- Electri- Transport, Trade Hotels Banking, Owner- Govern-
Private Gross

culture,
&
factu- truction city, Gas
&
&
Insu-
ship of
ment
Services Domestic

Forestry Quarry- ring
& Commu- Restau- rence & Dwell- Services
Product

&
ing
Water nication
rants Real
ings

Fishing Estate
Base Year 2002 (b)

2010(d) 315,644

19,888
35,769
42,631
48,090
52,030

60,079

302,365
370,355
394,233
413,681
427,334

458,660

100,404
131,248
142,996
154,173
162,790

177,912

35,608
52,926
55,339
56,847
58,974

63,567

173,745
259,546
286,764
310,029
329,578

368,653

389,332
514,511
546,145
571,911
570,698

613,320

3,460
9,411
9,199
8,741
9,901

13,845

130,465
177,817
193,375
206,048
217,819

234,255

68,371
71,533
72,345
73,137
74,051

74,692

139,094
161,611
171,259
181,051
191,778

202,187

39,691
48,689
52,500
55,896
59,164

62,617

1,636,037
2,090,564
2,232,656
2,365,501
2,449,214

2,645,432

(a) The continuous series on GDP (at 1996 Factor Cost Prices) for the period 1959-2002 are given in Table 7
Sources: Central Bank of Sri Lanka
of the special statistical appendix of the Central Bank Annual Report - 2002.

Department of Census and Statistics
(b) Figures from 2002 onwards are constant prices based on the estimates of the Department of Census and Statistics.
(c) Revised.
(d) Provisional.

27

National Accounts

Table 4.4

Gross Domestic Product at Current Factor Cost Prices 1960 – 2010

Rs. Million

Year Agriculture, Mining Manu Cons- Electri- Transport, Trade
Banking, Owner-
Public
Services Gross

Forestry
&
factu-
truction
city
Storage &
Insurance
ship Adminis-
(n.e.s.) Domestic

&
Quarry-
ring Gas & Communi-
& Real
of
tration &
Product

Fishing
ing
Water
cation Estate Dwellings Defence
1960
1965
1970

2,390
2,523
3,731

32
35
84

712
919
1,425

283
287
744

10
14
26

1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982

3,732
3,705
3,878
4,892
7,728
7,798
8,133
10,644
12,332
13,412
17,151
21,977
25,157

95
112
129
489
334
450
639
595
732
947
1,249
1,514
1,734

2,197
2,399
2,592
3,122
4,342
5,158
5,620
8,023
8,094
9,484
11,048
12,883
14,134

744
751
711
802
1,011
1,018
1,164
1,133
1,965
3,218
5,552
7,001
7,959

101
113
130
136
154
164
171
194
239
398
601
808
1,244

1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996

24,964
32,180
40,138
41,069
44,355
47,923
53,600
58,462
76,488
90,257
100,080
111,659
124,370
137,678
156,108

2,238
2,799
3,153
3,328
4,155
4,927
5,567
5,980
7,098
7,204
6,757
8,446
10,473
11,510
13,927

13,601
15,958
20,890
21,849
24,869
28,470
31,298
34,941
43,264
49,816
59,346
68,881
80,482
94,098
112,724

7,959
9,807
11,180
11,640
12,272
13,020
14,943
17,332
21,541
24,535
28,485
32,615
38,323
44,455
48,234

1,089
1,428
1,633
2,042
2,252
2,346
2,492
2,788
3,652
4,729
4,630
6,065
7,727
8,701
9,171

Base Year 1959
587
776
1,152

937
1,191
1,796

52
93
152

214
294
399

314
372
517

801
997
1,459

6,331
7,499
11,704

1,258
1,270
1,405
1,596
1,853
2,079
2,286
2,723
2,994
4,744
5,293
7,307
8,536

2,533
3,076
2,652
3,806
4,443
4,975
5,456
6,239
7,536
9,435
10,898
14,197
16,059

152
166
191
220
302
336
419
542
845
1,243
1,785
2,463
3,192

399
407
414
421
456
639
726
832
969
1,293
1,457
1,768
2,052

517
550
575
654
704
798
948
1,177
1,516
1,664
1,965
2,350
2,878

1,459
1,549
1,619
1,782
1,976
2,276
2,470
2,582
3,257
3,944
5,247
7,069
8,698

13,187
13,674
14,720
17,920
23,303
25,691
28,032
34,684
40,479
49,782
62,246
79,337
91,643

10,666
12,554
15,499
16,554
17,911
18,663
21,988
23,109
28,655
32,896
38,587
45,533
52,591
59,217
73,784

19,694
21,759
27,192
29,261
31,808
34,520
40,578
46,625
61,812
71,556
83,904
99,736
115,021
131,449
155,316

3,715
4,183
4,731
5,693
6,840
7,455
9,002
10,496
13,225
16,399
20,827
27,804
35,617
43,346
49,675

3,250
3,696
3,958
4,162
4,578
4,904
5,250
5,850
7,138
8,130
9,146
10,344
11,513
12,572
14,232

2,899
4,100
5,322
6,376
7,945
8,501
11,050
13,600
15,840
17,630
18,141
22,622
25,314
31,136
35,215

4,604
5,414
6,343
6,347
6,728
7,002
7,748
8,955
11,902
14,247
17,096
19,387
21,869
24,165
27,548

94,679
113,878
140,039
148,321
163,713
177,731
203,516
228,138
290,615
337,399
386,999
453,092
523,300
598,327
695,934

Base Year 1970

Base Year 1982

Year Agri- Mining Manu- Cons- Electri- Transport,
Wholesale
Financial
Public Gross

culture,
&
factu-
truction city, Gas Storage &
and Retail
Services, Real Administration, Domestic

Forestry
Quarry-
ring
& Commu- Trade, Estate and Other Govt.
Product

&
ing
Water
nication
Hotels and
Business
Services

Fishing Resturants
Services
and Defence
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001

156,108
175,774
192,665
205,599
223,926
249,790

13,927
16,587
17,433
18,322
21,547
23,959

112,724
131,876
151,007
163,103
189,331
198,721

48,234
56,434
69,301
75,538
82,684
95,057

9,171
11,280
13,660
14,425
13,415
16,127

Base Year 1996
74,501
87,192
102,606
114,978
132,990
151,983

159,750
182,518
202,249
218,293
261,238
269,922

68,316
80,709
92,943
106,819
114,417
138,140

53,203
61,328
70,975
77,653
85,711
101,898

695,934
803,698
912,839
994,730
1,125,259
1,245,599

Year Agri- Mining Manu- Cons- Electri- Transport, Trade Hotels Banking, Owner- Govern-
Private Gross

culture,
&
factu- truction city, Gas
&
&
Insu-
ship of
ment
Services Domestic

Forestry Quarry- ring
& Commu- Restau- rence & Dwell- Services
Product

&
ing
Water nication
rants Real
ings

Fishing Estate
2002
2006
2007
2008
2009(b)

233,615
333,137
418,104
590,114
613,694

2010(c) 716,892

19,888
46,202
56,645
71,768
79,204

302,365
564,987
661,983
791,898
875,562

89,100 1,009,003

100,404
216,833
264,104
327,138
366,248

35,608
72,457
88,005
104,666
113,687

423,414 127,625

Base Year 2002 (a)

173,745
344,909
423,820
530,980
599,934

389,332
659,597
790,628
949,372
948,425

709,400 1,096,323

3,460
16,646
18,367
20,611
24,988
33,213

(a) Figures from 2002 onwards are based on the estimates of the Department of Census and Statistics.

(b) Revised.

(c) Provisional.

28

130,465
266,972
328,158
413,322
499,304
597,540

68,371
103,201
126,212
141,794
161,485
171,871

139,094
257,837
333,758
380,765
445,543
500,547

39,691
55,902
68,905
88,255
107,219
127,393

1,636,037
2,938,680
3,578,688
4,410,682
4,835,293
5,602,321

Sources: Central Bank of Sri Lanka
Department of Census and Statistics

051 59.187 37.927 414.199 672.601 5.974 63.863 177.764 310.911 212.995 28. Construction 120.992 81.896 -56.631 48.787 2.570 50.478 2.412 52.901 13.449.897 Agriculture 295.817 193.993 74.331.881 266.377 22.2 Export Trade 7.276 333.7 Other Food Crops 1.897 14.432 -23.660 1.536 6.087 2.743 31.090 52.086 92.861 254. 163.587 1.611 2.208.248 142.006 13.017 4.137 55.216 14.330 26. Banking.656 2.866 171.653 11.993 28.232.097 315.868 56.061.4 Minor Export Crops 1.115 571.2 Rubber 1.886 370.912 Services 1.500 4.757 24.870 285. Rubber & Coconut) 13.452.199 8.952 2.543 13.343 15.733 70.988 4.153.790 177.2 Factory Industry 4.846 21.3 Water 7.National Accounts Table 4.677 195.851 257.280 2.608 17.685 11.648 72.925 5.406.406 20.355 394.179 21.403 10.2010 Sector Rs. Manufacturing 350.778 202.475 18.413 12.806 2.402 184.895 15. Ownership of Dwellings 13.320 8.259 181.671 161.260 24.839 1.107 15.187 Gross Domestic Product 45.344 220.339 56.390 283.569.2 Gas 5.578 368.644 1.175 204.208 27.365 25.583 24.819 234.511 196.933 10.954 73.215 385.611 373.706 46.883 15.884 23. Insurance and Real Estate etc.544 4.255 12.990 71.791 35.186 9.544 8. Agriculture.689 -28.142 514.937 5.407 Industry 545.334 458.644 79.204 9.129 760.983 28.028 41.411 9.799 6.1 Tea 1.540 15.150 14.1 Transport 9.328 546.472 48.953 10.813 1.164 -28.941.525 2.981 590.056 293. Gas and Water 46.1 Processing (Tea.5 Paddy 1.420.868 315.5 Gross National Product by Industrial Origin at Constant (2002) Prices of Major Economic Activities – 2005 . Livestock and Forestry 228.029 329.611.703 13.365.592 6.578 272.501 2.975 10.567 6.601 256.006 235.166 46.706 35.3 Domestic Trade 9.205 30. Government Services 153.219 3.124 16.8 Plantation Development 1.183 4. Fishing 13.261 19.171 2.907 39.415 85.587 5.1 Electricity 5.017 41.397 99.647 95.512 241.184 4.689 26.757 4.994 6.320 20.173 162.533 48.973 14.400 570.030 60.147 265.357 9.597 259.917.262 27.651 104.105 103.196 131.198 33.236 2.048 217.1 Import Trade 7.291 2.233 413.832 10.3 Post and Telecommunication 11.749 1.585 27.090.499 8.10 Other Agricultural Crops 4.749 27.298 635.108 52.494 5.535 222.847 58. Million 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009(a) 2010(b) 241.679 12.345 52.3 Cottage Industry 5.264 198.546 286.617 -33.081 8.079 4.872 272. Hotels and Restaurants 9.773 27.177 48.761 95.375 206.692 62.791 701.510 302.016 28.372 355.931 25.966 36.773 30.541 16.681 427.051 191.500 -24.119 1.3 Coconut 1.6 Livestock 1.926 239.272 6.569 7.2 Cargo Handling – Ports and Civil Aviation 9.741 9.177 1.769 42.247 102.291 4.996 154.818 14.285 258.988 1.303 4.888 32.495 89.754 106. Wholesale and Retail Trade 480. Private Services Net Factor Income from Abroad 21. Transport and Communication 230.399 2.798 213.086 74.564 Gross National Product 2.503 6.882 8. Electricity.931 Source : Department of Census and Statistics (a) Revised (b) Provisional 29 .951 37.145 203.214 2. Mining & Quarrying 28.926 55.845 9.243.062 2.645.698 613.478 43.309.9 Firewood and Forestry 1.253 26.887 241.

850 16.110 25.707 1.116 13.980 599.510 141.448 900. Construction 423.372 605.076 10.469 171.611 564.3 Coconut 1.007 20.906 333.235 10.367 20.138 366.6 Livestock 1.950 526.437 206.377 30.680 3.497 257.547 Gross Domestic Product 2.713 106.737 1.585 62.646 18.898 875.543 500.491 344.099 2.720 23.116 71.140 64.980 341.908 72.049 30.322 266.National Accounts Table 4. Transport and Communication 287.667 27.424 -39.768 79.999 216.794 88.701 3.682 4.218 16.8 Plantation Development 1.160 18.293 5.422.186 7.479 1.932 46.688 4.452.226 1.886 -30.096 60.032 916.799 457.687 127.199 17.694 716.206 161.006 29.158 4.578.754 4.562 1.934 79. Manufacturing 478.909 423.869 9.886 58.1 Import Trade 7.553 32.5 Paddy 1.634 4.227 35.304 597.858 Source : Department of Census and Statistics 30 .721 152.651 4.439 17.391 343.2010 Sector Rs.372 948. Government Services 206.457 88.339 6.470 1.795 46.786.829 96.434.202 56.938. Wholesale and Retail Trade 569.383 9.096.201 126.616 5.263 10.501 51.169 35.255 659. Banking.029 15.412 163.213 9.537 28.404 522. Million 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009(a) 2010(b) 289.473 4.554 740.663 11.145 289.301 597.892 1.544 720.354 45.650 107.897 3.240 25.400 14.677 141.2 Export Trade 7.115 70.114 Agriculture 613. Agriculture.266 57.731 26.254 148.865 18.013 45.988 33.005 104.758 380.972 328.104 590.888 113.979 795.070.414 Services 167.323 8.180 534.1 Processing (Tea.064 2.296 40.512 16.141 434.611 24. Hotels and Restaurants 14.585 13.009.987 661.779.878 33.760 7.224 5.261 38.295.492 256.219 -55.024 49. Gas and Water 57.733 2.425 1.597 790.686 309.700 67.889 39.759 50.976 12.222 623.086 102.808 44.649.602.248 1.900 34.3 Cottage Industry 5.512 39.408 11.705.2 Factory Industry 4.525.255 -105.319 446.983 791.905 -40.6 Gross National Product by Industrial Origin at Current Prices of Major Economic Activities – 2005 .553 40.428 282.718 21.051 244.973 366.488 20.820 530.276 11. Insurance and Real Estate etc. Mining & Quarrying 35.393 -71.645 71.776 52.628 949.530.847 2.402 103.134 44.497 5.679 297.970 516.546 558.625 6.204 89.887 363.428 1.655 13.485 107.573 656.176 96.442 46.464 4.3 Domestic Trade 9.054 (a) Revised (b) Provisional 38.782 2.305.283 21.449 157.513 3.322 499. Livestock and Forestry 270.557 31.929 138. Rubber & Coconut) 32.483 118.032 42.765 445.526 191.3 Water 7.256 3.003 16.646 10.321 Gross National Product 2.752 34.1 Electricity 5.958 7.539.470 2.2 Gas 5.2 Cargo Handling – Ports and Civil Aviation 9.428 87.630 40.777 Industry 19.742 11.9 Firewood and Forestry 1.835.158 413.934 709.658 87.407 5. Ownership of Dwellings 13.833 264.104 327.275 231.142 282.985 10.666 113.10 Other Agricultural Crops 4.100 4.837 333.888 106.236.237 353.251 54.884 54.715 21.861 19.1 Transport 9.871 127.477 100.902 68.410.212 55.104 88.4 Minor Export Crops 1.476 19.022 18.3 Post and Telecommunication 11.278 52. Fishing 93.7 Other Food Crops 1.251 14.288 7.898.341 30.422.918 21.029 65. Electricity.540 12.321 12.500 28.2 Rubber 1.1 Tea 1.137 418. 205. Private Services Net Factor Income from Abroad 27.089.

932 57.8 23.6 18.9 18.115 863.816 2.688 4.3 21.886 55.5 18.0 2.871 500.321 289.321 2.012.602.6 10.547 50.8 25.909 423.304 161.628 949.934 14.425 1.8 28.7 10.2 7.6 15.6 19.0 61.6 17.2 20.8 -62.988.5 22.209. Gas & Water Construction Wholesale & Retail Trade Hotels & Restaurants Transport.295 119.2 20.041.192 1.158 126.9 19.204 113.007 1.296 3.3 26.712 3.688 4.322 141.684.4 23.0 -63.8 -47.1 793.255 659.2 -2.381 1.3 17.0 21.9 4.682 4.009.3 14.1 29.999 46. Forestry & Fisihing Mining & Quarrying Manufacturing Electricity.6 14.5 21.835.837 18.5 108.201 257.5 9.0 20.1 -219.0 30.4 19.820 530.248 716.037 451.413.8 11.543 33.104 478.902 68.240 1.549 872.7 16.1 12.2 12.449 1.1 20.278 1.345.3 14.4 23.765 1.104 590.247 1.4 17.3 12.906 333.218 205.293 5.556.4 14.699.1 21.908 167.892 89.457 216.212 333.3 1.6 15.5 19.344 -603.096.0 12.949.757 1.938.3 19.2 40.835.9 12.4 658.679 1.215.2 13.219 127.833 56.0 12.372 948.4 9.6 32.8 19.8 17.9 30.738 822.3 22.597 790.9 21.6 23.013.3 549.9 48.439.9 22.9 22.0 5.7 21.378 2.9 21.367 328.967.980 599.8 12.666 327.680 3.3 13.175 192.218 89.6 26.8 27.328 1.9 321.935 1.758 20.138 79.768 104.208.323 287.100 127.216 1.988 499.4 10. Insurance & Real Estate etc.1 26.578.902 286.9 20.9 28.6 25.610 1.938.019 24.255 107.348 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009(a) 2010(b) 17.417 929.9 20.2 21.114 613.181.723 703.0 10.5 21.2 -5.9 10.2 25.9 19.6 28.6 15. Ownership of Dwellings Government Services Private Services Gross Domestic Product by Expenditure (Current Market Prices) Consumption Government Private Gross Domestic Capital Formation Government Private Net Exports of Goods and Services Exports of Goods and Services Imports of Goods and Services Rupees Million Growth Rates (%) 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009(a) 2010(b) 2.8 40.7 17.6 18.682 4.8 15.802 2.551 16.3 22.1 8.6 -14.005 264.084 3.687 366.3 21.497 16.215.680 3.927 -511.788 851.3 10.602.452.1 15.9 6.770 4.3 15.898 875.485 1.293 5.545 713.2 9.0 15.National Accounts Table 4.322 88.692.726.376 -371.414 569.625 423.905 88.1 -7.540 171.1 20.578.1 9.2 -20.9 24.132 317.964 347.031.403.694 791.8 19.5 18.796 -18.221 3.646 266.611 564.095.3 41.289 1.7 Composition of Gross Domestic Product at Current Prices (2005 – 2010) Item Gross Domestic Product Agriculture.3 28.1 16.9 28.983 35.8 21.153 885.759 206.9 14.410.6 (a) Revised (b) Provisional -0.8 17.003 71.320 1.000.485 445.167 3.137 418.438 546.987 661.039 -323.611 413. & Communication Banking.0 25.202 72.6 11.8 31.116.410.452.393 2.6 15.782 2.769 9.557.1 29.765 24.562 1.9 31.803 4.1 48.400 597.9 15.782 2.085.794 380.0 16.972 103.645 88.649 -313.799.213 709.4 Source : Department of Census and Statistics 31 .491 344.6 17.065 807.9 17.8 14.3 19.

592 8.016 2.215.709 -45.3 -5.864 -40.099 623.3 16.367 27.768 11.557.0 6.377 -3.376 -371.769 Net Exports of Goods & Services Domestic Savings   (GDP – Consumption) Net Factor Income from abroad Net Private Transfers from abroad National Savings Savings – Investment Gap -184.049 174.590 51.788(c) 18.534 145.403 -2.928 -165.270 44.598 -105.770 1.8 17.971 -31.844 659.054 245.967.3 5.344 -603.928 76.109 2. (net) Foreign Portfolio Investment (net) Private Foreign Loans (net) Government Foreign Loans (net) Commercial Banks’ Assets Commercial Banks’ Liabilities Other Valuation Adjustments.774 171.356 -56.542 583.9 Quarterly Estimates of GDP [at Constant (2002) Prices] Sector 2009(a) 1st Qtr 2nd Qtr 2010(b) 3rd Qtr 4th Qtr 1st Qtr 2nd Qtr 3rd Qtr 4th Qtr 89.114 676.0 9.504 2.352 38.082 -175.578 1.961 625.7 -3.112 -785 9.108 165. Million Agriculture Industry Services Gross Domestic Product (GDP) Gross National Product (GNP) 81.5 4.841 2.466 632.3 26.578.5 7.292 1.802 658.568 17.162(c) 26.973 -71.473 -74.580 -20.148.392 29.456 33.5 6.546 25.9 1.317 380.918 49.181.974 27.2 2.830 -33.555 -51.168 182.949.8 24.7 24.494 -48.8 -3.6 1.410.302 -165.826 1.306 -33.688 4.010 17.967 1.0 17.799.789 39.300 23.7 27.523 -55.889 -11.719 410.3 -4.019 2.0 -3.392 611.465 581.1 4.366 350.006 834. Million 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009(a) 2010(b) Gross Domestic Product (GDP) 2.381.326 633.348 1.0 28.156 585.1 6.602.9 6.496 438.0 1.013.038 22.682 4.8 18.240 2.449 4.674 196.974 74.599 7.103 1.058 348.008 -26.8 8.252 601.650 33.292 165.314 75.746 42.0 1.4 17.858 407.6 0.8 Investment and Savings (Current Market Prices) 2004 – 2010 Item Rs.524 46.039 -323.546 498.6 8.680 3.0 17.404 407.939 30.084 1.669 430.293 5.694 23.1 Consumption Investment Investment Domestic Savings National Savings Savings-Investment Gap Per cent of GDP 25.6 6.066 10.747.939 628.287 -3.677 60.176 -87.002 80.970 867.326 202.105 96.1 4.836 183.2 8.947 67.320 3.439.7 -0.877 374.612 10.672 459.474 -10.054 55.338 611.3 9.970 31.857 82.247 3.782 2.436 -219.992 71.795 40.514 9.696 5.837 6.556.481 639.928 74.795 336.640 10.943 163.6 (a) Revised Sources : Deparatment of Census and Statistics (b) Provisional Central Bank of Sri Lanka.3 8.018 180.9 17.985 5.125 -1.901 9.832 -19.523 -16.9 5.669 30.249 3.767 690.National Accounts Table 4.8 -9.221 -73.452 4.768 26.938.082 -315.7 5.5 6.084 592.5 7.169 634.090.858 40.6 28.521 3.460 7.861 656.4 22.0 8.4 Source : Deparatment of Census and Statistics 32 .9 23.8 8.343 84.9 8.452.816 822.927 -511.7 7.0 -0. % Agriculture Industry Services Gross Domestic Product (GDP) Gross National Product (GNP) (a) Revised (b) Provisional 3.796 343. (c) The difference is due to the lag in compilation Table 4.6 23.976 -39.0 8.144(c) 1.835.555 201.475 178.2 6.687(c) Financing the Gap Capital Transfers Official Transfers (net) from abroad (current) Foreign Direct Investment.259 -60.920 44.044.6 8.712 1.520 -68.7 6.0 22.277 -430.832 166.734 63.649 -313.000.732 136.505 6.424 197.827 380.780 371.0 Rs.321 1.519 643.032 277.6 13.361 185.261 528.9 23.0 3.   Errors and Omissions Monetary Movement 68.711 784.123 Growth.4 5.989 78.980 -30.160 693.298 -8.1 7.

9 3.575 -12.215.602.410.9 6.927 -511.4 973.293 5.2 9.739 -214.191 21. Total Demand (% Change) 2.7 18.699 13.4 665.) Item 2008 2009(a) 2010(b) 2008 2009(a) 2010(b) 3.922.007 17.114. External Demand 1.556.5 -290.345.181.557.160.649 -313.797 4.372 -9.8 3.6 2.820 3.782 Net Extermal Demand C.9 1.095.6 15. Mn.682 4.9 2.National Accounts Table 4.835.4 Gross Domestic Capital Formation (% Change) Total Domestic Demand (% Change) 775.214 10.216 -20.) Constant (2002) Prices (Rs.0 (a) Revised Sources : Department of Census and Statistics (b) Provisional Central Bank of Sri Lanka 33 .1 5.796 -214.117 2.972 0.4 4.014.8 31.803 28.084 28.2 Exports of Goods and Services (% Change) 1.449 1.011 26.799.501 2.8 Imports of Goods and Services (% Change) 1.0 880.348 14.5 B.321 2.2 1.331 5.365.726.6 994.863 7.240 2.432 8.967.328 20.3 703. Domestic Demand Consumption (% Change) 1.0 -603.0 3.9 A.7 6.2 1.664.220 6.699.2 2.814 8.247 1.031.214 23.5 -2.992.769 657.215.289 -5.2 2.8 4.10 Aggregate Demand Current Market Prices (Rs.679 5.400 15.645.580.449.770 4.917 5. Mn.149.8 758.711 4.936.377 671.8 1.9 1.

4 6.022 60.579 464.938.847 3.004 2.455 2.759 343.055 430.539 187.756 493.368 152.079 46.5 8.431 4.055 430.888 88.374 39.004 38.978 143.354 84.899 37.1 9.986 50.839 59.751 2.005 212.297 62.509 160.663.626 230.3 100.137 900.759 343.695 63.687 26.996 73.239 186.800.4 6.706 28.479 1.474 353.837 1.243 200.041 40.368 152.997 2008 (b) 45.197 46.325 303.220 16.9 4.9 9.978 143.063 99.269 11.001 246.423.829 292.0 100.6 6.519 33.668 54.837 10.5 10.496 100.166.737 2.436 114.0 10.444 70.685 281.542 49.208 79.810 496.777 81.293 GDP Shares (Percentage) 2004 (a) 2005 (a) 2006 2007 2008 (b) 2009 (c) 51.0 4.935 281.488 244.475 86.627 24.546 67.292 158.020 1.6 8.471 133. Mn.224 185.401 31.103 117.2 8.829 292.608 176.5 45.488 102.377 113.730 488.682 4.070.114 1.188 67.762 15.278 178.293 Source : Central Bank of Sri Lanka .428 63.9 10.874 84.456 Total 1.102 281.8 50.223 54.063 2006 1.456 63.064 438.469 104.104 9.065 362.371 45.877 333.510 138.0 32.246 219.556 122.781 45.0 100.701 2.681 86.800.293 186.654 32.973 69.487 90.187 696.938.239 186.951 613. (b) Revised (c) Provisional 34 232.8 4.923 Total 1.664 180.020 17.678 64.3 4.091 57.127 86.239 155.172 297.343 27.3 4.8 8.1 9.6 4.065.574 18.500 81.065.670 142.905 32.751 39.467 40.873 28.182.810 496.2 2.425 230.170 78.886 (a) 2004 and 2005 estimates are based on current factor cost prices compiled by the CBSL.678 281.349 220.364 134.365 694.065 259.9 9.9 5.124 131.041 76.431 303.9 3.4 45.154 177.168 55.116 32.647 88.436 438.586 3.487 90.523 267.363 121.723 139.434.903 58.003.1 6.847 3.7 4.9 8.509 160.525.447 152.227 90.606 206.040 117.223 82.798 139.248 1.9 3.652 113.470 2.836 139.227 465.3 4.0 2.9 10.089.837 4.706 88.705.115 34.5 4.640 56.2 3.127 12.413 28.8 9.897 2009 (c) 62.395 31.888 493.474 353.749 200.848 125.National Accounts Table 4.5 10.) 2004 (a) Agriculture Industry Services 27.8 9.995 15.767 341.410.326 99.274 1.523 481.083.471 1.235 27.886 232.896 Agriculture Industry Services 29.102 2009 (c) 2.292 29. Mn.765 62.2 5.835.803 121.663.608 176.848 125.585 1.) 2004 (a) 925.919 599.7 4.925 65.278 2.154 177.5 4.003.0 4.988 87.539 187.638 23.804 377.099 Total 925.6 5.818 136.791 248.523 267.232 60.743 37.220 79.450 36.578.083 99.780 41.410.452 84.686 2005 (a) Total 1.500 81.1 46.723 139.104 1.072 95.906 998.727 95.453 5.9 4.199 52.578.887 76.276 465.063 99.786.579 464.322 GDP By Sector (Rs.469 104.065 259.015 55.907 161.11 Provincial Gross Domestic Product by Industrial Origin at Current Prices 2004 – 2009 Year \ Western Central Southern Northern Eastern Province North North Uva Western Central GDP Shares (Rs.871 76.606 206.670 142.098.292 25.090 252.721 320.804 377.295.0 100.595 531.946 94.168 959.425 2.349 220.465 45.527 76.457 34.003 45.306.001 Agriculture Industry Services Total 246.986 65.410 2007 178.325 Sabara- Total gamuwa 114.098.688 4.103 117.472.228 53.6 9.289 108.727 95.685 418.797 569.509 107.803 14.527 76.981 43.984 55.3 3.5 8.647 8.4 50.694 1.680 Agriculture Industry Services 48.511 158.835.643 63.859 41.456 63.824 67.224 185.688 Agriculture Industry Services 62.063 2006 Total 2.075 165.0 100.682 86.3 4.837 60.379 36.749 200.199 52.410 2007 1.182.869 244.496 34.187 133.8 2.076 634.4 6.425 590.753 68.075 165.988 87.997 2008 (b) 2.198 39.859 58.593 114.792 144.185 Agriculture Industry Services 24.472.665 5.925 65.0 100.847 28.676 38.779 44.915 58.609 47.674 54.4 6.680 3.686 2005 (a) 1.

685 17.768 172 14.261 720.117 14.366 42.136 3.854 615 4.158 4.080 8.719 25.537 –  21.869 10.389 –  46.721 18.538 152.) 347.102 Per cent of GDP Contribution 45.1 Transport 9.102 148.703 270 162 11.979 50.635 44.131 20.197 9.563 2.909 2.10 Other Agricultural Crops 42.763 3.889 51.439 9.001 18.682 Source : Central Bank of Sri Lanka 35 .001 61.293 62.614 2.743 2.870 9.340 564 8.611 14.903 413.873 163.681 22.022 201 67.208 1.185 2.070 100. Transport and Communication 233.557 3.100 71.055 430.571 2.706 219.177 7.798 1. Million Sabara- All gamuwa Island Agriculture 62.511 387 60.932 1.768 470.246 138.779 63.745 2.733 5.579 3.582 –  77.708 2.7 4.038 5.148 320 276 20 3.003.752 2.499 31. Insurance and   Real Estate etc.931 536 2.2 Export Trade 22.579 464.431 4.7 1. Gas and Water 33.946 79.162 67.996 9.685 6.720 –  63.899 88.9 Rubber Minor Export Crops Paddy Livestock Other Food Crops Plantation Development Firewood and Forestry 1.710 9.326 41.029 4. Government Services 84.871 191 6.460 4.063 5.804 37.118 458 32.054 791.510 27.372 74.274 122. Wholesale and Retail Trade 560.981 37.664 12.492 6.6 9.203 10.124 13.250 3.558 2.357 15.150 7.008 154.893 49.461 4 15.391 5.525.980 8.124 5.255 Gross Domestic Product 2.711 493 4. Electricity.464 545 65.799 8.119 287 323 196.597 343.108 2.664 191.025 17.254 16.898 4.375 380.589 921 49.662 5.557 327.505 4.170 212 522.468 54.110 1.276 9.794 12.277 5.718 2.858 18.530 3.145 5.392 688 24.074 443 68 68 20.160 7.8 1.876 1.290 28.3 5.218 265 4.998 147.352 36.070 22.801 1.2 1.6 1.154 34.5 1.660 11.041 18.723 139.129 141.585 27.251 14.950 57.007 29.767 22.905 77.2 5.235 5.597 15.123 275 12.001 246.787 509 –  4.322 11.777 244.432 61.509 139.050 2.749 200.311 54.343 100.679 9.349 1.556 81.655 218.323 17.366 669 11.098 9.2 4.086 13.452 10.2 Carge Handling   – Ports and Civil Aviation 9.152 2.758 11.933 4.295.420 20.422 24.138 Services 1.747 217 28.730 13.152 15.837 54.883 11.987 186.296 45.643 94.674 8.093 4.501 37.751 5.357 730 7.645 578 8.765 99.878 7.665 27.989 6.706 76.9 4.859 62.436 438.765 4. Fishing Industry 1.205 44.127 7.843 190.482 477 128 18.574 25.934 1.072 49.115 38.076 88.046 785 153 18.560 5. Ownership of Dwellings 72.442 3. Rubber & Coconut) Factory Industry Cottage Industry Electricity Gas Water 7.979 38.425 2.824 3.334 2.1 4.580 665 273 24.847 4.666 6.812 –  33.099 18.985 3.383 1.618 88.575 20.660 –  40.475 212.029 2.1 Import Trade 7.424 6.610 7.4 9.784 3.3 Processing (Tea.297 2.668 107.2 5.0 Per Capita GDP by Current Prices (Rs.319 446.176 13.806 419 1.383 1.087 104.496 84.859 –  –  –  –  5.142 88.690 3.1 Tea 2.920 18.297 7.524 68.334 46.671 778 80 39.359 22. Agriculture.202 1. Construction 120.278 1. Banking. Hotels and Restaurants 4.8 10.878 11.624 2.4 1.108 174 2.421 5.200 –  104 1.005 44.015 20.089 457.592 2.266 237 115 12.123 55.3 Coconut 1.718 281.818 8.227 118.695 2.155 18.658 5.4 100. 302.473 26.795 105.410.257 1.477 6.618 3.536 26.226 5.242 –  24.12 Rs.401 15.206 7.114 62.226 87.152 –  21.325 2.303 5.412 4.553 73.601 162.5 6.452 86.107 7.470 21.912 17.013 9.091 949.793 53.240 530.353 2.406 24.423 22.319 16.516 16.007 62.179 9.284 454.271 8.5 3.490 4.038 36. Mining & Quarrying 765 2 590.570 43.639 7.059 502 634. Manufacturing 4.306.3 Post and Telecommunication 300.638 1.099 2.114 171.090 5.852 1.133 1.321 5.677 7.167 (a) Revised –  12.425 53.612 32.378 2.606 206.241 7.500 19.564 6.549 8.832 2.185 3. Livestock and Forestry 1.391 139.3 Domestic Trade 7.180 2.896 2.206 196 4.375 14. Private Services 44.116 13.440 4.585 10.836 62.1 5.958 27.959 9.765 13.National Accounts Provincial Gross Domestic Product by Industrial Origin at Current Prices – 2008(a) Sector \ Province Western Central Southern Northern Eastern North North Uva Western Central Table 4.449 2.156 2.

127 64.608 65.100 3.416 142 16.034 489 26.293 Source : Central Bank of Sri Lanka 36 .361 55.2 3.240 303.031 81.304 11.National Accounts Provincial Gross Domestic Product by Industrial Origin at Current Prices – 2009(a) Sector \ Province Western Central Southern Northern Eastern North North Uva Western Central Table 4.657 13.944 23.983 324 14.842 1.970 –  64.771 3.923 605 9.960 15.278 43.169 19.360 1.276 252.354 795. Mining & Quarrying 4.634 948. Agriculture.3 Coconut 1.543 13.434 73 (a) Provisional.387 33. Transport and Communication 264.105 7.803 161.783 18.490 50.331 –  3.810 496.696 5.254 10.434. Banking.9 Rubber Minor Export Crops Paddy Livestock Other Food Crops Plantation Development Firewood and Forestry 1.876 4.510 20.397 201 23.205 25.817 40.051 72.533 16. Ownership of Dwellings 82.349 220.861 19.2 5.072 86.986 108.395 70.957 4.094 16.182.897 377 738 2 5.178 4.303 24. Private Services 53.430 7.861 467 79.292 158.844 163.734 756 207 15. Manufacturing 513.164 1.083 1.343 –  6.548 2.222 2.209 8.017 806 Industry 696.635 1.476 1.128 534.036 19.678 281.579 42.822 107.000 2. Gas and Water 38.223 2.097 2.5 1.377 46.836 1.313 17.142 155.585 5.1 5.387 30.050 12.146 199.325 Per cent of GDP Contribution 45.7 1.079 59.938 15.410 1.271 27.965 14.717 55.383 7.) 375.688 8.127 2.748 5.0 Per Capita GDP by Current Prices (Rs.687 6.485 7.481 3.868 13.133 499.248 Services 1.444 10.536 3.357 257 210 9.950 526.261 16.051 9.366 4.838 496.935 248.472 89.386 17.754 52.032 42.391 787 6.204 4.837 4.801 18.209 8.951 2.324 4.265 42.040 95.425 8.559 4.219 Gross Domestic Product 2.536 –  –  –  –  5.339 2.424 102.423. Construction 134.868 –  2.485 12.914 4.340 175.096 559 866 11.823 4.261 52.248 738 100 100 24.278 52.176 8.699 –  75.426 524 64.654 4.907 67.478 13.393 161.455 244.045 7.289 88.844 84.252 2.093 30.807 2.545 6.165 6.3 4.095 8.673 23.636 67.10 Other Agricultural Crops 42.951 148 1.321 12.209 655 2. Hotels and Restaurants 10.296 581 1.6 6.459 2.929 138.161 238.591 2.438 29.426 21.050 370 18.068 20.1 7.756 117.757 10.6 1.341 366.546 558.576 36.820 1.741 2.298 3.746 33.839 7.701 23.398 35.714 133.320 3.869 853 5.986 65.187 38.647 613.239 43.3 100.694 1.156 18.8 10.765 818 227 29.572 83.090 12.131 6.092 1. Livestock and Forestry 1.2 4.189 –  48.8 4.535 79.1 9.295 4.927 54.563 2.587 1.776 9.923 214 148 10.113 214.164 32.892 12. Rubber & Coconut) Factory Industry Cottage Industry Electricity Gas Water Import Trade Export Trade Domestic Trade 9.934 9.187 90.163 12.214 10.905 –  2.445 3.988 9.812 7.431 61.048 872 7.175 189. 306 565 268 21 3.585 13.518 985 23.552 437 166 96.373 11.488 10.937 42.003 210 1.520 20.498 43.835. Wholesale and Retail Trade 555.601 26.217 –  2.076 10.971 3.290 15. 359.673 168.334 75.017 62.3 5.100 10.326 1.931 64.488 3.276 1.2 1.926 15.436 28.346 1.422 15.998 1.386 59.407 60.305 14.756 236.037 3.706 48.065 3.499 89.788 2.3 Post and Telecommunication 10.975 5.2 Carge Handling   – Ports and Civil Aviation 5.728 3.308 102.3 Processing (Tea.4 1.206 20.656 4.220 17.571 1.670 7.314 282.554 4 6.385 6.188 113.447 29.1 Transport 9.453 22.227 465.181 9.703 –  21.693 4.239 10.511 121.057 1.224 5.977 3.286 3.537 7.950 378 3.8 1.791 6.554 2.924 2.197 59.680 183.1 4.124 88.973 8.315 157.886 232.401 27.488 152.6 10.791 50.2 7.950 –  290 1.696 4.1 Tea 2.239 1.091 –  2.962 2.116 22. Fishing 19.080 26.018 2.3 7.088 30.259 12.281 6. Million Sabara- All gamuwa Island Agriculture 62.155 113.776 339.789 1.588 7.903 2.3 5.421 148.018 599.124 2.498 4.467 721 110 34.732 53.176 5.141 46.585 131.140 19. Insurance and   Real Estate etc.290 25.296 4.877 41.786.086 7.693 89.562 7.752 29. Electricity.012 4.412 11.516 20.926 19.396 5.13 Rs.607 1.852 445.888 493.207 875.521 21.874 607 523 3.070 64.337 41.140 64.897 15.504 31. Government Services 98.

84 198. Rs. n.Not available 37 1.64 384.9 n. Quantity.2 1.16 325.371 21. Kgs.a.a.372 14.40 236.0 2.969 222.57 124.8 112.2 32.386 69.163 69.5 174./Kg.816 10.28 430.8 High Grown 68.7 182.48 317.7 162.305 9.a.9 181.018 1.126 222.0 Low Grown 166.6 168.875 48.2 195./Kg. F.78 170.274 .0 1.660 Tea Bags 6.7 289. Kgs.3 300.1 14.0 28.1 22.6 n.9 49.41 188.778 9.26 222.2 318.858 34.2 169.407 32.292 22.6 165.937 74.81 279.7 Low Grown 159.3 173.02 269.9 2.735 Packeted Tea 21.9 75.a.376 1. Price. n.302 41.565 137.529 71.442 1.68 331.602 61.351 1.0 Cost of Production. Mn.9 151.042 25.9 179.1 56.16 260.85 205.7 Tea Bags 13.7 291.9 291.97 364.419 11.a.8 26.0 167.5 266.11 Export Volume by Different Type Mn.0 81.385 1.0 54.7 183.a.58 157. n.3 2. 2008 61.3 308.1 87.0 55.8 Other 6.6 83.9 327.a. Mn. 121.4 172.68 393.971 210.7 42.6 180.4 185.405 12.4 22. (d) Registered in the Tea Commissioners Division.4 270.5 50.6 26.8 52.6 1.602 63. Rs. Kgs.814 n. (d) 708 823 840 657 681 661 643 864 876 High Grown 180 197 197 157 170 161 146 202 205 Medium Grown 144 190 196 132 143 129 120 193 183 Low Grown 384 437 447 368 368 371 377 469 488 Production.133 6.a.1 79.613 70.8 298.6 61.a.1 188.a.8 43.851 17.0 High Grown 75. n.a.944 7.293 1.4 1.7 Total 294.5 Packeted Tea 99.5 17.171 294. n.029 939 1.2 310.4 84.245 2.a.245 1.0 87.1 310.1 83.1 15./Kg.1 51.667 113.172 18.31 171.68 317. n.963 Total 61.8 184.897 81.0 303.2001.85 High Grown 135. 56.a.8 24.1 169.0 196.8 54. n.9 81.000 52.a.6(f) 26.971 187.89 216.7 35.7 55.817 20.45 126. n.01 Colombo Auction Price.5 98. n. Sources : Sri Lanka Tea Board The Colombo Tea Brokers’ Association Sri Lanka Customs Central Bank of Sri Lanka (f) Estimation based on the Consumer Finances and Socio-Economic Survey series of the Central Bank of Sri Lanka.3 300.65 138.4 74.63 360.34 168.1 176.44 297.600 136.483 91.738 34.4 311.8 18. 295.2 26.0 170.182 59.B.583 9.1 2004 2005 2006 2007 Exports Value. 279.987 22.410 40.19 160. Hectares Fertilizer Issues (wholesale).39 100. Mn.357 21.018 n.59 203.a.87 279.1 61.4 311. n.000 n.954 31.1 317.784 15.814 Other 3. Replanted Area.8 305.1 50. n.3 42. 702 172 117 413 329.O.1 20.105 65.386 61.01 249.a.1 51.863 61.38 263.3 494.1 8.175 100.88 242. Bulk Tea 176.3 308.01 301.9 84.14 256.105 65. (e) Estimated Household Consumption based on the Census of Population and Housing .80 198.0 313. .1 155.137 n.667 113.979 40.971 187.01 325.600 136.7 208.a.86 189.7 270.2 83.659 13.18 157.39 Medium Grown 122.5 242. n.9 53.1 314. (a) Revised (b) Provisional (c) Extents from 1999 onwards are revised based on the 1999 estate sector survey.05 180.915 4.9 291.0 45.75 Low Grown 154.a.0 19. Kgs.075 5.8 200.256 9.a.8 38.5 Medium Grown 50.8 59.60 269.1 11.8 298. n.897 81.Agriculture Item Tea 2010(b) 188.936 74.63 125.8 319.6 80.17 371.7 73.965 41.000 222.7 Export Value by Different Type Rs.0 Medium Grown 53.5 41.5 6.621 221.0 311.0 49.6 74.40 470.481 91.175 74.a.30 149.06 135.4 14. MT ’000 2002 2003 2001 – 2010 2009(a) Area. 79.4 71. Mn.410 52.4 2.96 149.8 319.408 155.96 161.4 74. No.3 273.4 73.420 59.56 135.99 Quantity Sold at Colombo Auctions.3 186.7 43. 1.6 177.6 n.000 222. Rs.836 74.37 174. Bulk Tea 30.a.9 167. % of GDP (Growing & Processing) 2.7 Domestic Consumption (e) 26.50 262.376 314.272 52. Hectares (c) High Grown Medium Grown Low Grown 2001 Table 5. n.1 89.7 289.50 163.9 327.3 44.565 137. 182 185 168 178 178 165 157 132 188 Factories. Rs.5 23. n.8 57.171 Value added. Mn.2 308.0 78.097 37.000 222.74 185.790 109.a.4 304.54 340. 143.4 266.

9 54.002 1.1 10.9 3.128 1.2 21.277 653 724 1.924 8.089 13.0 14. Mn.69 114.26 147.4 11.5 20.552 3.261 1.0 11.5 35.129 2.1 4.8 28.3 42.1 31.398 9.488 8.2002.327 32.1 12.98 204.758 13.7 2.0 3.0 46.8 53.4 5.155 4.23 9. Hectares ’000 Table 5.014 11.9 18.607 119. / kg.9 61.6 11.1 73. Hectares 557 712 564 820 1.00 115.0 125.25 127.5 (a) Provisional (b) Under cultivation has been revised from 2002 on the basis of Agriculture Census .7 2. Smoked Sheet Sole Crepe Scrap Crepe Latex Crepe Latex Technically Specified Rubber Local Consumption.3 107.2 2.129 6.7 2. Cost of Production (c).1 20.5 2.7 3.7 7.7 10.5 92.222 9. Mn.9 5.9 9.4 109.1 7.5 0.3 7.20 202.8 5.40 76. From 1986 onwards the average is for the private sector.6 11.9 2.068 1.8 63.6 3.9 4.2 1.6 21.0 54.034 2. Exports Value.0 2.256 51.3 4.064 1.3 40.4 1. (c) Weighted average Cost of Production of public sector estates.9 4.9 3. Price.O.0 2.5 31.65 125.1 1.437 48.48 278.493 Area Newly Planted.4 56.0 4.2 18.1 2. Volume.0 11.0 31.5 2.7 1. Mn.8 21.20 112. Mn.70 234.0 94.6 48.2 9.3 7.0 18.9 18.0 90.0 2.3 5.2 4.9 47.7 1.9 80.2 26.5 0.) European Union India Japan Hong-Kong Pakistan USA Other Countries 30. Mn.5 24.0 1.8 2.9 18.8 14.2 2. / kg.2 6.827 10.2 1.7 11.50 86.8 Sources: 9.9 19.5 1.9 125.4 0.382 1.1 3.0 9.8 50.7 3. kgs.7 19.9 55.7 0. private sector estates and small holdings.3 Rubber Development Department Sri Lanka Customs The Colombo Rubber Traders’ Association Central Bank of Sri Lanka .8 54.4 8.5 373.5 7.8 0.2 35.0 59.6 0.0 125.5 0.00 54.724 9.0 125.4 2.2 3. Rs.3 51.8 17.35 69.537 Subsidies for Replanting.257 2.4 0.30 73.5 n.0 Fertilizer Issues (wholesale).192 6.3 1.2 10.6 1.3 8.4 9.1 77. Rs.1 10.00 63. kgs.5 48.3 2.8 69. kgs.6 9.372 5.4 3.1 36.5 26.5 12. 1.2 12.032 922 2.8 52.3 9. kgs.0 29.2 117.87 7.2 0. Rs.6 29. Rs.674 12.0 9.53 105.9 20.2 136.2 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010(a) Under Cultivation (b) Under Tapping (b) 157 132 157 125 115 87 115 89 116 91 120 97 120 94 122 94 124 95 126 95 Area Replanted.12 97.7 22.2 2.7 2.6 10.6 129.7 56. kgs. 69.9 34.7 10. 38 9.Agriculture Rubber 2001 – 2010 Item Area.8 15.3 2.4 2.4 0.436 715 1.1 84.a.0 0.3 8.1 3.8 8. MT Average Yield per Hectare. Stocks. Hectares 141 225 450 518 1.1 52. Total Production.7 104.9 9.5 4. F.538 11.0 66.144 1.0 7.B.5 10.9 1.7 1. Export Distribution (Mn.5 50.105 1.4 72. kgs.7 19.83 153.718 5.9 18. Mn.7 9.

MT Export Volume 2001 2002 Table 5.20 71.3 42.509 1.16 21.6 27.51 14.7 38. – Not available 123.63 95.9 1.57 27.0 2.88 23.0 30.85 4.86 97.6 146.40 25.5 10.2 3.4 3.1 409.54 24.8 290. per kg.53 29.920 25.1 28.83 16.22 Coconut Oil 61.798 1.17 68.0 3.1 1.80 101.4 1.8 910. (a) Provisional (b) In growing and processing only. Rs.0 45.70 111.78 49. Rs.1 16.99 40.5 2.6 6.11 25.19 63.73 363.33 –  116.0 19.6 145.941 33.83 28.604 1.60 35.853 Three Major Coconut Products.923 1.406 142 3.769 2. Nuts 1.2 137.7 46.6 19.0 38.81 69.5 25.47 77.785 2. 247 0.25 87.2 76.02 Value Added.4 1.56 20. Copra Coconut Oil Desiccated Coconut Fresh Nuts.749 6.82 77.6 37.50 7.709.76 133.5 4.87 17.5 2.3 2001 – 2010 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010(a) 2.6 274.0 6.834 1.4 198.011 6.30 14.1 1.1 203.85 22.40 93.4 1.44 14.00 45.18 65.70 176.8 23.8 Coconut Oil.47 9.2 15.1 10.7 153.901 1.4 23.0 33.00 10.86 12. 1 41.6 48.0 2.74 137.0 3.70 43.869 2.25 135.41 90.8 32.9 Desiccated Coconut.7 16.0 13.24 140. Mn.19 30.683 427 508 5.957 944 222 2. MT ’000 Export Value.5 4.3 17.0 36.6 37.333.1 46.331 38.0 146.486 426 7.7 170.Agriculture Coconut Item Coconut Production.52 172.353 174 3.50 96.2 54.08 63.639 612 193 2.3 30.20 19. Rs.73 Price of a Fresh Nut (Retail–Medium).121 204 3.317 113.791 4.6 1.2 3.66 26.69 56.71 217.813.51 58.0 76.562 2. Rs.9 29.362 40.515 2.20 27.55 85.10 88.80 30.4 31.60 47.1 32.8 3.30 75.50 151.591 2.9 18.52 51.983 6.85 23.5 502.8 13.834 3.0 2.6 11.698 4. (c) Estimated household consumption.34 41.2 168.60 25.5 41.11 67.3 4.89 214.00 45.7 1.36 85. MT ’000 15.a. Nuts 516 328 461 538 377 456 406 360 367 Copra.3 555.0 2.5 –  3.4 40. Nuts Coir Fibre Bristle.58 –  459.6 32.0 37.5 690.3 12.0 30. per Nut Fertilizer Issues (wholesale).27 63.3 1.90 29.136 16.a.9 28.4 1.1 1.0 36.80 31.2 54.4 41.06 67.44 98.270.3 3.553 194 4.34 166.872 1.63 18.0 14.00 48.0 8. Rs.33 125.76 89.779 Local Market Price.7 34.25 12.12 12.2 1.87 82.8 –  –  –  Copra No.2 –  –  1.0 59. Mn.909 2.98 Desiccated Coconut 52.786 1.5 15.010. MT ’000 3.815 1.21 25.90 7.0 13.0 43.9 467. % of GDP (b) 2.55 86.6 2.73 185.1 33.65 21.0 38.75 16.936 1.4 Fresh Nuts.0 75.98 262.6 42.73 69.65 3.1 12. per kg.5 90. MT ’000 49.9 802.87 97.5 1.916 1.50 7.24 193.6 1.1 6.2 110.0 65.48 1.8 153.55 22.00 72.248 30.5 51. Three Major Coconut Products Copra Coconut Oil Desiccated Coconut Fresh Nuts Coir Fibre Bristle Coir Fibre Mattress Coconut Shell Charcoal F.9 37.392 2.6 64.5 3. Mn.1 17.3 2.4 3.00 122.9 324.3 1.2 10.4 136. Rs.050 188 4.O.65 15. Nuts Manufacture of Major Coconut Products.3 73.8 1.5 3.847 36.43 38.0 59.4 8.50 33.4 710. Mn.4 2.90 31.61 280.293.3 382.3 28.0 37. 8.6 523.853 2.5 23.794.037.9 5.275 5.0 38.40 92. Mn.55 86.375 5.853 1.692 1. MT ’000 Coir Fibre Mattress.B.27 n. Price.63 92.70 44.8 1. n. MT ’000 Coconut Shell Charcoal.0 20.4 Domestic Consumption (c).73 83.03 56.452 38.20 –  88.244 59 823 5.447 Sources : Coconut Development Authority Sri Lanka Customs Central Bank of Sri Lanka 39 .764.1 97. per Nut Coir Fibre Bristle Coir Fibre Mattress Coconut Shell Charcoal 27.286.0 19.3 46.2 6.648 32.900 1.2 4.945 8.349. MT ’000 Copra Coconut Oil Desiccated Coconut Poonac Cost of Production.

393 24.4 2001 – 2010 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010(a) 5.32 557.09 301.729 28.725 15.669 1.03 821.15 437.975 2.671 4.666.851 8.025 11.03 2.75 651.513 Cinnamon 2 10 44 17 152 17 16 26 15 Coffee 87 43 42 78 164 119 112 153 127 Cashew Nuts 346 544 615 487 742 656 852 1.85 624.018 12.015 6.915 10.18 590.444 10.429.307 1.821.000.441.61 1.25 1.740 30.362 14.761 3.855 6.23 254.864 1.382 12.053 747 709 685 500 455 479 4.586 3.576 1.344 Cultivated Area. 3.262 3.42 393.055 14.489 3.508 2.479 1.365 12.382 7.792 572 3.227 1.752 12.251 30.56 651.525 3.412 3.73 2.404 2.12 394.52 326. Cocoa Cardamoms Pepper Cloves Cinnamon Coffee Cashew Nuts Nutmeg and Mace Unmanufactured Tobacco 60.892 2.106 7 18 214 94 131 106 61 86 60 167 66 62 125 255 140 125 206 195 1.99 –  453.622 1.335 4.854 7.00 192.994 13.197 989 466 31 4.043 2.20 643.934 1.848 25.472 4.B).78 1.21 2.88 54.006 1.278 686 6 12 3 7 5 1 9 9 18 Cocoa 5 6 8 5 15 16 5 –  15 Cardamoms 532 1.11 1.67 246.334 13.779 157 319 2.55 795.709.972 31.494 2.771 1.20 Sources : Department of Census and Statistics Sri Lanka Customs Central Bank of Sri Lanka 40 .616.363.18 703.856 Unmanufactured Tobacco Export Price (F.77 5.102 2.92 319.70 163.00 186. Rs.396 Pepper 1.48 241.07 360.592 4.68 1.14 383.56 397. Mn.126 4.380 8.915 7.517 2.789 17.857 1.716 1.303 4.844 9.066 3.866 26.428 5.447 7.90 415.04 389.452 4.10 1.20 205.07 555.18 480.830 2.837 11.889 1.269 3.834 8.22 3.07 1.740 4.110 3.178 30.60 482.763 1.505 7.275 2.774 3.804 3.355 3.391 12.416 35.368 29. per kg.830 1.063 31.325 2.035 3.624.031 24.136 3.821 2.94 564.615 12.474 25.25 157.180 2.219 8.578 1.645 1.897.893 1.Agriculture Minor Export Crops Item Table 5.302 99 106 19 51 78 26 89 64 292 3 3 4 5 11 10 2 –  9 2.016 3.89 637.29 895.771 1.298 37.598 1.86 668.130 8.63 362.39 393.517 2.00 355.191 9.370 38 247 1.466 7 12.56 473.689 27.756 1. Rs.139 1.728 5.000.326 7.098 1.412 1.610 1.969.227 9.920 13.086 1.601 19.239 26.726.67 473.234 934 1.697 17.100 4.399 1.091 17.337 36.722.71 216.615 2.541 28.160 2.967 1.00 159.347.742 28.686 317.86 507.88 2.205.89 2.54 411.66 2.03 742.273 12.77 3.06 180. Hectares Cocoa Cinnamon Cardamoms Cloves Pepper Production.292 18.354 25.40 113.443 1.O.880 1.42 1.51 117.50 98.784 4.93 63.93 773.161 7.64 150.97 729.60 439. MT Cocoa Cardamoms Pepper Cloves Cinnamon Coffee Cashew Nuts Nutmeg and Mace Unmanufactured Tobacco Exports – Value.280 3.549.52 137.000.644 1.899 9.599 1.825 4.376 6.014 1.555 1.665 1.422 25.73 1.908 25.879 8.774 26.703 576 1.561 18.029 2.526 7.805 13.43 231.68 4.948 8.34 (a) Provisional 64.964 4. MT Cocoa Cinnamon Cardamoms Cloves Pepper Exports – Quantity.019 3.044 9.379 Cloves 3.06 582.21 141.152 3.329 11.989 3.96 303.638 7.086 2.61 677.83 255.568 4.580.369 1.856 18.71 520.150 2.54 849.78 1.000 938 Nutmeg and Mace 3.138 12.31 285.42 336.

342 3.893 3.406 41.5 2001 – 2010 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 798 852 983 779 937 910 816 597 638 982 779 479 319 437 160 510 342 462 176 602 381 521 258 516 227 439 142 581 357 –  857 289 591 319 –  830 280 525 291 –  461 173 2008 1.444 n.181 4. Mn.955 3.860 4.608 35.071 2. Rs.035 48. Maha Yala Prices.012 2. MT ’000 Credit Granted for Paddy Table 5.Agriculture Paddy Item Area Sown. Mn.033 943 255 471 499 560 469 570 586 512 568 605 294 321 351 251 345 314 284 465 338 2.002 4. Ha.125 2. – Not available 1.158 1. Rs.158 170 315 263 285 531 438 471 816 760 13 12 19 21 –  –  –  –  –  9 10 18 26 –  –  –  –  –  8 6 7 31 –  –  –  –  –  52 95 35 222 52 12 88 84 52 3.963 4. Maha Yala Fertilizer Issues.263 4.301 2. Ha.541 37.060 643 416 4.030 1. ’000 Maha Yala Irrigated Area Major Minor Rain–fed Area Gross Area Harvested.083 48.990 3.364 990 1.1 2.774 1.976 4. 658 676 Import Price (C & F).528 4.628 3.131 3.a.8 1.179 Area Insured.794 3. n.336 3.136 1.875 3. kgs.082 1.377 1.0 2.206 1.137 4.268 3.086 3.246 3.0 1.069 4. Rice Imports.670 2.195 4.597 48.139 605 598 –  –  –  126 53.420 56.695 2.187 4.761 4.389 4.8 Sources : Department of Census and Statistics Paddy Marketing Board Hector Kobbekaduwa Agrarian Research   and Training Institute Central Bank of Sri Lanka 41 . n. Rs.223 32.053 582 471 –  560 260 2009 2010(a) 978 1.742 3.421 4.671 4. per Bushel 646 419 517 591 893 1.605 1.630 1.677 27.a.566 29.567 36.908 30.173 34.233 1. 2.8 1.6 (a) Provisional n. 18.6 1.7 1.895 1. Total Indemnities Paid.402 1. Mn.a.647 18.973 2. MT ’000 Maha Yala Yield per Hectare.102 3. Rs. ’000 Collected.613 1.261 43.215 23.918 251 234 301 527 833 552 559 788 1.9 1. Ha.a.750 1.177 958 1. Rs.065 632 345 –  561 247 201 215 239 198 317 260 181 234 248 765 820 911 720 915 900 796 1. ’000 Maha Yala Production.859 3.085 1. Rs.541 1.186 285 357 283 301 353 418 389 602 423 Guaranteed Price Open Market Price Insurance 271 271 271 271 334 344 355 605 605 266 295 271 349 n.953 3.299 4. MT ’000 Percent of GDP –  490 240 Cultivation.543 4.583 4.023 26.a.031 1.244 3. per MT Value Added.868 50. Mn.652 1.708 4.384 1.

269 6.308 14.952 8.283 9.906 2.681 88.190 40.074 219.207 5.831 5.897 4.453 53.918 11.177 4.226 1.304 6.348 6.371 81.878 6.930 Chillies 49.799 3.296 47.649 9.547 1.6 2001 – 2010 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Area.554 13.205 5.414 49.601 5.918 13.609 11.083 14.729 42 45 60.936 9.260 9.337 8.077 14.481 6.484 77.838 220.890 14.495 5.662 10.003 46.210 9.002 6.157 11.968 4.815 2.986 228.181 51.080 3.650 8.822 6.418 10.856 1.062 2.158 17.808 8.445 30 4.804 10.900 9.957 1.139 3.966 31.176 7.804 7.002 34.997 7.814 61.127 9.897 48.094 10.669 6.358 9.712 23.156 2.228 5. MT 5.161 5.563 22.380 26.397 9.634 8.034 4.941 12.124 4.071 13.461 28.988 4.990 5.740 6.607 9.500 5.511 7.512 10.605 4.969 6.287 129.354 112.360 8.855 8.934 23.032 3.294 5.959 6.485 9.294 3.645 4.766 8.439 8.433 11.792 6.234 282.870 10.071 5.383 4.196 4.770 3.923 9.947 10.212 226.561 23.314 5.151 9.278 23.790 6.386 74.709 71.401 32.457 23.910 5.769 161.438 9.065 11.700 6.257 2.258 6.356 9.079 7.262 8.486 4.737 26.776 6.003 Gingelly 4.605 6.417 6.744 81.694 30 20 Black Gram Cowpea Green Gram Ground Nuts Kurakkan Maize 5.610 4.804 6.391 5.041 49.436 4.755 5.447 35.808 10.811 Source : Department of Census and Statistics .813 10.618 23.933 622 1.983 9.301 26.839 5.353 16.413 27.457 56.707 58.933 240.337 9.803 13.636 5. Hectares Big Onions Chillies Black Gram Cowpea Gingelly Green Gram Ground Nuts Kurakkan Maize Manioc Meneri Potatoes Red Onions Soya Beans 2010(a) 2.228 Big Onions 31.251 13.781 223.857 100 92 194 131 78 60 65 52 28 27.552 6.498 Production.616 92.665 11.470 10.579 224.839 6.788 7.421 28.484 11.201 41.881 18.324 10.318 12.587 29.759 17 61.703 7.975 9.307 Manioc 233.114 7.349 46.246 6.521 Meneri Red Onions Soya Beans (a) Provisional 67 36.705 51.274 79.716 10.868 11.075 4.847 9.272 5.890 4.060 23.521 7.301 37.180 13.081 4.844 647 1.166 57.569 5.552 73.042 46.508 55.361 10.682 9.115 11.513 9.731 Potatoes 57.474 52.863 69 35.582 7.477 11.090 5.754 47 57.701 51.138 23.290 277.070 5.477 7.608 50.643 6.869 4.991 46.016 5.864 9.Agriculture Crop Subsidiary Food Crops 2001 2002 2003 2004 Table 5.513 101 58 39.445 78.878 4.334 128 35.560 32.814 6.870 52.747 10.902 25.248 12.407 6.836 11.748 17.525 16.113 6.287 15.336 4.980 10.654 4.565 57.

387 2009 3.0 178.3 110.102.733.7 2006 – 2010 Western Central Southern Northern Eastern North North Uva Item Western Central Sabara- All gamuwa Island Tea Estimated Production.9 65.317 1.337 4.640 3.27 10.638 4.7 2010 (a) 52.67 10.77 13.0 107.274.5 –  –  –  –  34.0 576.298 2008 3.66 20.0 9.63 2.6 2007 29.6 2008 43.796 4.0 167.80 3.2 10.3 323.21 2010 (a) 2.859 2.9 925.05 2.8 –  2.098.0 394.8 916.1 –  –  –  –  39.4 384.27 2.7 Net Extent Harvested. per 100 nuts 2006 1.598.8 305.31 2009 1.084.4 –  8.78 1.9 3.481.458 4.69 19.379.1 68.37 2.8 78.12 1.3 232.166 3.3 50.1 18.473.987 5.186 3.9 70.2 209.5 58.809 4.615 4.798 2.8 1.137 4.173 3.1 193.633 3.084 3.472.7 4.0 290.4 2009 46.3 –  2.3 830.283.6 38. Nuts 2006 515 115 376 69 84 1.036 4.8 213.513. Rs.002.690.736.1 197.9 368.207 159 97 221 2008 461 132 334 75 95 1.96 2.6 71.644 (a) Provisional 3.231.6 424.2 51.558.27 1.8 2010 (a) 157.0 –  –  –  –  40.341.0 69.71 2.9 94.5 90.7 230.966 4.227 153 86 234 2007 490 118 349 72 86 1.42 31.076.4 91.5 No.170 4.8 8.733 4.253 4.4 689 692 707 671 674 Rubber Estimated Production Mn.084 3.2 25.0 4. of Census and Statistics Central Bank of Sri Lanka 43 .973 5.39 1.4 291.36 2007 1.93 3.09 3.310.8 80 85 81 84 88 4.9 63.7 61.4 442.68 1.0 102.078.484.4 59.640 3.8 212.1 –  1.2 1. of Tea Factories registered 2006 20 225 243 –  –  –  –  89 112 2007 47 227 219 –  –  –  –  88 111 2008 50 233 224 –  –  –  –  87 113 2009 51 215 219 –  –  –  –  79 107 2010 (a) 31 219 225 –  –  –  –  68 131 310.4 –  –  3.8 200.9 2007 42.070 4.6 152.5 94.1 3.478.1 52.50 2.493.83 1. kg.2 41. per Hectare 2006 3.25 1.438.9 898.10 1.686.6 53.547 4.20 1.2 140.7 294.221. 2006 18.232 4.771.11 2.7 11.12 1.528 Sources: Sri Lanka Tea Board Rubber Development Department Coconut Research Institute Dept.0 2009 48.7 44.9 579.300.6 148.5 82.11 1.0 81.555.711 3.5 92.1 139.572 2010 (a) 3.7 51.035 3.5 71.0 2008 49.2 136.6 –  –  3.386 4.168 4.651.779.193 2007 3.4 67.187 4.8 226.406.7 149.7 198.182.5 144.1 74.67 109. 2006 39.23 47.34 1.1 3.8 2010 (a) 15.7 42.24 2.9 91.020.3 2009 153.4 269.0 839.1 2.73 179.4 –  –  –  –  35.311.7 279.853 2.101.265 175 143 191 2010 (a) 392 140 317 65 60 932 128 87 194 Average Producer Price.02 1.1 121.198.09 2.613 4.2 318.775 4.2 2.196.1 329.391.9 92.85 2.5 4.2 45. 61.8 256.92 1.46 1.9 2007 14.390.171.2 117.356 4.826 4.2 3.062.291 4.131.6 –  –  –  –  26. ’000 Ha.58 1.252.85 2.0 649.5 842. Mn.3 88.358 4.602.6 129.875.4 11.7 184.709 4.326 4.79 1.8 –  9.8 54.237 3.067.1 2007 93.70 556.25 1.Agriculture Principal Crops by Province Table 5.7 2009 11.304.162 3.242 170 146 214 2009 479 128 305 74 92 1.2 146.5 188.892. Mn.1 587.03 2.33 1.2 165.5 59.871 2.142.1 937.836.77 2.5 225. kg.7 190.6 807. 2006 34.280.07 1.7 96.4 –  –  2.1 62.5 2008 21.0 42.6 1.8 713.4 916.508.0 313. ’000 Ha.1 Coconut Estimated Area (2002).26 1.4 46.03 Paddy Production.278 4.5 –  –  1.1 2008 133.779.9 153.349 3.7 72.490 4.0 949.540.51 2.6 51.4 89.63 1.72 2008 2.06 1.6 Yield –  Bushels per Acre 2006 59 70 81 68 82 71 93 81 81 2007 61 74 84 67 90 77 98 84 83 2008 60 72 79 64 90 69 93 81 85 2009 62 72 81 70 90 74 96 84 89 2010 (a) 63 79 82 83 91 77 102 85 90 Yield –  kg.58 1.5 179.78 2.8 88.83 2. MT ’000 2006 103.7 –  –  2.0 2010 (a) 48.1 193.988.4 362.38 Estimated Production.215 4.

114 Brinjal IRR Hambantota Yala 2009 21./ha Farmgate Price Rs.698 564.40 130. n.15 11.417 55.64 22.326 72.081 239.237 Capsicum IRR Badulla Maha 2008/09 1.a.08 8.506 Soya Bean IRR Anuradhapura Yala 2009 2.a.52 18.08 40.171 49.638 351.649 207.55 33.a.082 39.363 44.a.246 Kurakkan RF Anuradhapura Maha 2008/09 231 43.639 45.20 225.11 172. n.86 24.359 Red onion IRR Puttalam Yala 2009 9. (c) Maize RF Anuradhapura Maha 2008/09 3.69 492.77 33. Unit Cost Rs. Department of Agriculture (a) RF = Rainfed IRR = Irrigated (b) Including imputed cost of farmer owned labour.733 19. n.33 10.39 14.795 31. n.92 14.826 Tomato RF Kandy Maha 2008/09 1.955 20. n.941 319.119 45.a.084 Pole Bean RF Matale Maha 2008/09 972 45.971 65.150 Potato RF Badulla Maha 2008/09 2.740 53.411 133. n.a.a.10 140.358 36.a. n.46 22.31 14. n. n.69 493.43 36.108 214.882 582.a.715 269.23 22.78 30.938 41. n.8 Agricultural Crops – Yields.31 18.98 75.41 49.849 Tomato IRR Matale Yala 2009 9.172 Green Gram RF Monaragala Maha 2008/09 n.04 54.a.968 222. n.901 189.06 99.a./kg. n.10 36.21 13.08 290.158 51.a.987 76.81 18.a.77 22. n.91 45.26 6.630 Pole Bean RF Badulla Maha 2008/09 1.a.129 52.384 586.a.70 17.562 Cabbage IRR N’Eliya Maha 2008/09 3.28 148.a.200 264.60 20.756 200. Tomato IRR Badulla Maha 2008/09 2.176 371.371 442.371 Source : Socio Economics and Planning Centre.Agriculture Table 5.84 21.86 35.53 9.a.876 308.687 Carrot IRR N’Eliya Yala 2009 13. n.050 Bush Bean IRR Matale Yala 2009 n.118 Potato IRR Badulla Yala 2009 12.659 Potato IRR N’Eliya Yala 2009 15.309 59. Green Gram RF Hambantota Maha 2008/09 163 79./ha. n.a. n.54 10.a.094 494. n.53 68.56 54.04 38.805 Cowpea RF Kurunegala Maha 2008/09 n.859 42.667 80.968 24. n. – Not available (The Study was not conducted for the Season) 44 .a.20 153.03 100.23 45.88 36.413 632.a. Ground Nut RF Monaragala Maha 2008/09 331 71.31 333.441 Cabbage IRR N’Eliya Yala 2009 21.17 30.166 Red Onion IRR Puttalam Maha 2008/09 1. n.80 280.41 192.01 4.012 Brinjal IRR Anuradhapura Maha 2008/09 3.88 40.85 22. n. n.372 99.87 45.06 20.928 567./kg.010 50.81 21.47 108.72 46.81 18.394 60.a.81 231.70 19.92 476.731 Potato IRR N’Eliya Maha 2008/09 2.733 Chilli RF Anuradhapura Maha 2008/09 706 102.83 11. n.34 42. Cowpea IRR Kurunegala Yala 2009 759 82.a.849 Pole Bean IRR Badulla Yala 2009 10.13 5. (c) Excluding imputed cost of farmer owned labour.68 49.425 41.69 22.a.a.25 15.a.a.97 19.490 Maize RF Monaragala Maha 2008/09 622 25. n.57 13.a.78 419.44 229.52 108.69 375.104 363. n.a. (c) (b) (b) Net Return Rs.804 Capsicum IRR Kurunegala Yala 2009 11.24 -14.a. Farmgate Prices and Costs of Cultivation – 2009 Crop Irrigation Type (a) District/ Area Season Yield kg.02 35.703 83.80 5.578 Bitter Gourd IRR Hambantota Yala 2009 17.398 40. n.673 592.28 29.00 13.56 1.a.711 23. n. Ground Nut RF Kurunegala Maha 2008/09 n.35 28.47 10.655 Bitter Gourd IRR Hambantota Maha 2008/09 n.190 179.16 44.41 31.56 463.498 Tomato IRR Badulla Yala 2009 17.

n.19 27. Farmgate Prices and Costs of Cultivation – 2010 Crop Maize Maize Kurakkan Potato Potato Pole Bean Pole Bean Green Gram Green Gram Blackgram Cowpea Ground Nut Ground Nut Red Onion Chillies Brinjal Irrigation Type (a) RF RF RF IRR RF RF RF RF RF RF RF RF RF IRR RF IRR District/ Area Anuradhapura Monaragala Anuradhapura N’Eliya Badulla Badulla Matale Monaragala Hambantota Anuradhapura Anuradhapura Kurunegala Monaragala Puttalam Anuradhapura Anuradhapura Season Maha 2009/10 Maha 2009/10 Maha 2009/10 Maha 2009/10 Yield kg.00 79./kg.49 1.441 IRR 94. 9. 45 .778 280.60 52.9 Agricultural Crops – Yields.889 Maha 2009/10 Maha 2009/10 n.53 226. n.258 105.51 n./kg.57 26.828 19.47 22.481 61.65 80.66 37.150 159. (c) Excluding imputed cost of farmer owned labour. 12.89 (b) 14.309 65. n.513 601.149 234.077 Maha 2009/10 1.850 RF Colombo Anuradhapura Potato IRR Badulla Potato Pole Bean Bush Bean Cowpea Red onion Brinjal Bitter Gourd Tomato Tomato Cabbage Capsicum Carrot IRR IRR IRR IRR IRR IRR IRR IRR IRR IRR IRR IRR N’Eliya Badulla Matale Kurunegala Puttalam Hambantota Hambantota Badulla Matale N’Eliya Badulla N’Eliya Maha 2009/10 Maha 2009/10 62.421 71.a.a.73 45.307 15. (c) (b) Maha 2009/10 Bitter Gourd Tomato Farmgate Price Rs.a.847 32.750 7.a.15 Maha 2009/10 Badulla 56.a.80 n.82 90.274 11.170 Maha 2009/10 Maha 2009/10 Cabbage 74. 373. 55.859 370.41 13.146 Maha 2009/10 Mukunuwenna 74.a.229 n.28 64.a.634 40. 15.34 202.16 35.021 297.a.a.a.862 12.a.104 526. 24. n. 17.125.a.594 2.52 31.48 Net Return Rs.20 21. n.56 49.a.12 Maha 2009/10 Maha 2009/10 n. 5.41 21.76 n.* ⎬ Yala 2010 Yala 2010 ⎪ Yala 2010 ⎪ Yala 2010 ⎪ Yala 2010 Yala 2010 ⎭ Yala 2010 Yala 2010 (a) RF = Rainfed IRR = Irrigated Source : Socio Economics and Planning Centre.10 n.620 Maha 2009/10 14. Department of Agriculture (b) Including imputed cost of farmer owned labour.52 1.051 33.523 106.a.a.729 312.a.658 12.45 18.47 645.497 108.502 Tomato IRR 47.16 N’Eliya Anuradhapura 125. * – Data analysis has not been completed. 1.33 44.577 625.07 30.03 n.a. n.a.30 9.06 18.932 141.a.69 9.421 363.10 21.18 70. 10.a.417 161.536.235 Maha 2009/10 Maha 2009/10 Maha 2009/10 n.Agriculture Table 5. (c) Maha 2009/10 Hambantota Badulla 54.34 60. 22.a. 438.037 IRR IRR 26.385 Soya Bean 37.703 82.78 353.426 1. 3.00 RF N’Eliya 41.14 Yala 2010 256.567 n.005 Carrot RF 63.88 80.73 IRR IRR n.08 35.618 2.139 64. – Not available (The Study was not conducted for the Season) n.724 491.a.10 Unit Cost Rs.60 20.228 n.82 24.a.524 n.17 9.27 n. n.225 13.403 Maha 2009/10 Maha 2009/10 Capsicum 524. 38.287 ⎫ Yala 2010 ⎪ Yala 2010 ⎪ Yala 2010 Yala 2010 ⎪ Yala 2010 n.24 108.67 2.66 120.43 Kandy Pumpkin 426.05 34.05 4.a.58 n.227 n./ha.55 11.977 Maha 2009/10 951 164.a. 297.368 773./ha 4.97 12. n. 32. 7. 269.918 4.998 89.a.a.092 n.253 13.

470 95.380 319. MT Coastal Deep Sea and Off-shore Inland Value.779 14. n. 9.230 63.636 13.a.220 5.795 14. ’000   Duck   Chicken Production of Eggs.10 2001 – 2010 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010(a) 284.039.148 1. Poultry Population.031 n.482 4.058 11.a. n.600 1.607 7.331 13.206 1. 84 n.Agriculture Fish and Livestock Item Table 5.280 286. 381 8 373 n.596 864.270 121.850 90. ’000 1. ’000 504 442 424 417 405 395 405 387 385 12 10 9 11 10 14 16 10 8 493 432 415 405 395 382 389 377 377 79 81 70 72 75 68 64 58 n.870 302.275 6.710 32.552 901.290 291.a.071 Cattle Population.345 3.620 35.130 284.a.274 5.360 29. Pigs Population.320 109.310 44.243 2. Litres Mn.117 13.370 154.a. 30 30 30 31 31 32 32 36 49 423 56 Sheep and Goats Population.188 1. ’000 (b) 201 205 216 207 215 188 186 164 n.690 66.560 38.360 94.057 890.137 Slaughtered.a.813 1.400 128.a. MT (’000) – Dried Fish 37 51 52 43 50 50 99 48 49 – Other 61 24 24 24 26 27 35 29 27 49 34 Fish Production.788 11. 16 16 16 16 16 18 15 13 10. ’000 Slaughtered.667 11.050 150.a.744 2. ’000 290 282 280 302 308 314 318 319 372 Production of Milk.153 1.631 14.772 11.730 180.410 112.760 167. ’000 68 82 67 79 85 92 94 89 81 27 26 30 29 30 31 32 21 n.a.960 163. ’000 n.490 339.530 87.250 98.564 9.606 3.350 13.560 381. ’000 Sheep Goats Slaughtered.869 6.925 2.142.880 874.120 165.165 6.239 1.103 7.133 13.615 14.348 7. Litres Mn.359 3.110 102.018 946.042 11.890 176.196 1.652 13. (c) 153 153 157 160 162 165 170 172 184 1.720 33. 192 Buffaloes Population.941 3.840 51.760 46.167 1.a.940 Sources : Department of Census and Statistics Ministry of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Development Sri Lanka Customs Central Bank of Sri Lanka (a) Provisional (b) Only the number of animals slaughtered at licensed hiuses are included here. 46 . – Dried Fish – Other 4.113 1.830 30.769 3.630 201.170 n.830 251.390 Import of Fish Products Quantity.419 1. Mn.176 915.180 163.741 6. (c) The annual estimates have been revised from 1998 on the basis of Census of Agriculture 2002.139. Production of Milk.185 1.700 884. Rs.510 28.

418 9.232 10.790 77.309 319 649 242 4.a.760 n.300 430.940 66.316 1.840 75.320 406. Daily Milk Production.169.750 17.470 6.765 1.780 54.360 8.670 12.245 4.970 n.460 Source : Department of Census and Statistics Table 5.016 2.190 910 985 3.110 n.302 1.450 533.785 13.340 8.a.120 61.067 19.068 239 420 161 2. 1.890 32.290 15.954 1.840 56.330 62. 24.450 12.640 8.680 257.380 1.765 4. 60 400 320 13.510 383.160 20.510 7.340 1.190 61.415 11.250 6.530 73.132 715 3.720 50 4.610 237.015 11.670 213.620 10.870 n.640 146.275 1.530 20.231 3.410 25.180 1.350 4.900 13.880 75.440 n.900 243.185 13.180 500 990 190 1.400 214.a.187 n.510 390 1.a.990 3.104 2.840 162.920 220 360 220 6.700 n.323 2.260 40.370 4.a.984 9.065 94.053 29.959 32.190 4.650 44.720 3.510 3.a.045 520 29.110 422. Ltrs.180 14.241 12.940 6.180 69.586 n.410 7.680 12.a.360 26.430 10.920 9.830 56.380 45.580 8.860 2.360 2.788 16.705 585 895 180 500 630 55 175 380 n.375 Source : Department of Census and Statistics 47 .375 3.380 4. Daily Number Milk ProducMilking tion.960 5.043 n.770 6.a.320 Ave.281 19.470 248.100 83.080 13.824 18.170 140.320 21.380 15.260 4.410 14.485 83.370 5.a.400 3.450 n.540 n.610 11.935 20.780 326.a.076 45.311 Colombo Gampaha Kalutara Kandy Matale Nuwara Eliya Galle Matara Hambantota Jaffna Kilinochchi Mannar Vavuniya Mullaitivu Batticaloa Ampara Trincomalee Kurunegala Puttalam Anuradhapura Polonnaruwa Badulla Moneragala Ratnapura Kegalle Total 385.940 43.932 1.180 9.030 168.310 900 990 780 1.560 16.920 9.930 41.270 2.571 2.350 3.090 2.910 33.750 1.540 217.580 12.a.110 n.460 8.410 7.772 1. 65.850 2. Ltrs.520 6.086 382 22.940 1.105 41.350 8.510 12.450 77.a.760 27.640 4.415 36.846 10. 19.643 n. 13.631 2.780 9. 8.085 6.860 Table 5. n.093 1.055 6.920 649.a.290 95.122 14.095 12.790 n.570 17.723 595 1.670 359.176 3.670 1.130 30. 9.730 70 957.842. n.900 244.a.108 14.750 26.100 984.470 1.280 26.370 7.219.930 7.182 941 333 180 254 53 281 377 4.a.443 6.850 45.522 7.870 10.750 8.470 12.770 19.220 2. – Not available Pigs Number of Ducks Number of Swine Number of Goats and Sheep 1. 30 390 n.490 9.060 46.a.a.713 3.a.720 7.543.830 18. n.180 3.110 13. 759 752 144 1.618 165 8. 137 250 n.329 2.900 154.360 589.a.640 150 12.160 66.468 46.860 3.750 10.345 1.915 9.a.480 21.530 45.090 20. Monthly Egg Production ’000 4.090 18.620 47.136.554 4. Ltrs.286 15.140 4.760 13.277 2.250 9.075 4.400 912 1.a.a.420 n.650 40.436 7. 1.488 5.730 219.128 13.530 1.470 18. 707 771 946 2.925 475 2.740 9.800 7.142 678 1.580 125.890 19.a.550 147.080 8.772 8.740 6.635 13.830 29. Daily Milk Production. 28. Ltrs.278 293 390 457 108 159 365 n.218 1.a. 170 470 930 12.410 170 240 150 3.679 91.340 18.517 5.Agriculture District Colombo Gampaha Kalutara Kandy Matale Nuwara Eliya Galle Matara Hambantota Jaffna Kilinochchi Mannar Vavuniya Mullaitivu Batticaloa Ampara Trincomalee Kurunegala Puttalam Anuradhapura Polonnaruwa Badulla Moneragala Ratnapura Kegalle Total Cattle Number of Cattle 12.090 298.470 3.a.260.a.551 511.295 1.000 1.877 n.460 20. 7.104 47.a.a.914 18.450 2. n.789 n.690 16.503 3.490 98.11 National Livestock Statistics by District 2009 Buffalos Poultry Ave.291 371.753 4.300 15.800 29.270 845.500 37.820 18.880 90 n.540 16.480 13.268 10.360 2.515 15.034 6.290 34.865 20.809 Ave.300 20.320 26.610 79.340 69.181 13.690 4.790 41.365 1.700 29.650 17.a. 22.244 81.780 20.255 9.500 45.890 14.470 1. 137 250 n.720 34.670 5.497 1.920 16.320 21.740 97.183 2.650 89.010 95 810 n.590 20.060 443.520 10.100 153.310 15.320 2.070 138.450 114.658 1.680 260.145 515 5 770 695 830 795 820 290 195 225 65 245 315 8.120 n.110 9.a.060 94.941 15.550 1.a. Number of Chickens 3.a.018.850 31.940 66.a.a. 95.a.a.550 n.830 9. Monthly Egg Production ’000 4.350 95.420 4.615. Number of Buffalos Cow Milking at Present Ave.890 13.375 4.530 42.270 8.850 29.120 832.462 n. 6.880 7.a.530 150.388 4.305 5.045 13.060 534.12 National Livestock Statistics by District 2010 District Goat and Sheep Cattle Number of Cattle 10.345 n.a. – Not available 14.820 16.390 3. 808 513 n.912 136. 40 300 245 12.830 4.958 8.410 5.860 2. 35 195 n.569 8.880 249.000 340 31. Number of Buffalos Cow Milking at Present Ave.705 17. 170 480 950 8. 226.060 580 2.045 30.a.301 15.873 1.590 61.140 17.060 10.540 559.721 20.474 13.890 136.575 n. n.830 3. 36.638 9.960 9.a.208 3.676 7.877 n.526 90 896.840 131. 25. 76. 8.060 3.a.710 43.670 Buffalos Poultry Ave.750 13.510 20. 8.458 1.900 8.970 n. 614 809 n.390 4.380 8.145 2. 770 2.860 64. 600 1.991.190 7.615 2.785 381. n. 6.492 710 1.910 9.380 1. Number of Chickens 2.800 26.510 7.a.590 4. Daily Number Milk ProducMilking tion.305 905 3.032 9.920 2.125 1.960 4.290 229.a.565 73.995 Pigs Goat and Sheep Number of Ducks Number of Swine Number of Goats and Sheep 1.415 4.690 19. n.530 1.188 1.968 44.420 9.723 25.804 61 2.290 26.190 n.150 n.819 15.500 17.830 8.120 16.

9.382. n.a. n.04 26. Livestock Buffalo Milk 1 Ltr.a.96 48.92 n.250.32 275.173.684.67 39.93 43. n.938.08 27.69 24.a.66 22.a.009.643.69 13.a. n.94 32.22 27. n. n.a.103.55 36.89 19.a.21 13.07 n.87 30.68 35.84 31.193.90 32. n. n.63 38.500.73 344.025.00 n.265.28 329. 9.63 Source : Department of Census and Statistics 48 .716.002.63 36.a.71 38.750.567. 46.654.04 41.13 36.394.74 9.60 34.13 n.79 Pigs 8. n.500.13 48.40 13.999.32 10.a.74 359.770.351.15 39.61 Poultry 218.624.166.12 50.05 17.082.74 n.958.25 40. 5.610.a.567.43 n.97 14.76 5.00 7.a.99 19.a.79 n.833.313.a.666.64 25.64 291.39 46.649.85 19.79 22.808.00 58. 356.29 31.229.25 9. n.57 9.859.583.00 5.488.17 25.56 46.205.007.a.16 36.061.78 6.72 47.44 22. 662.67 6.33 27. n.724.a.02 27.972.a.877.a.00 10.a.133.a.641.244.57 17.21 45.50 23.05 9.67 10.12 266.a.45 18.861.78 11.43 33.a. – Not available 201.091.a.19 9.28 32.72 305.13 28.33 22.083.27 Western Central Southern Northern Eastern North Western North Central Uva Sabara- gamuwa District Colombo Gampaha Kalutara Kandy Matale Nuwara Eliya Galle Matara Hambantota Jaffna Vavuniya Mannar Mullaitivu Kilinochchi Batticaloa Trincomalee Ampara Kurunegala Puttalam Anuradhapura Polonnaruwa Badulla Monaragala Ratnapura Kegalle Average Price (a) Provisional n. n.00 29.38 407. n.223. 50.466.225.16 n.812.562.a.670.113.57 439. n.77 33.397.70 35.a.72 13.98 42.000.188. n.093.86 n.87 34.806.82 10.33 17. Eggs each (average) Buffalos 36.00 n.a.02 26. n.075.99 26.859.a.a.103. 21.a.07 259.56 n.250.63 n.86 36.37 9.833.a.51 n.916. n.03 23.61 4.45 10.715.977.04 34.289.749. 6.a.a.100.145.65 40.72 18.917.24 Rupees Livestock – Full Grown Neat Cattle Goats High Bred Other 33.954.71 27.32 33.715. n.00 54. n.98 299.31 12.615.41 n. Eggs each (average) Buffalos 36.06 10.33 32.81 30.817. 10.a.61 24.86 26.16 14.73 40.32 17.29 34.458.00 15.00 9.414.459.85 12.21 22.21 13.620.903.420.492.333.00 26.56 5.574.88 18.94 n.57 320.24 19.62 11.40 323.a.879.25 11. – Not available Pigs 7.00 7.208.20 8.545.a.69 45.83 22.68 9.13 Livestock and Poultry – Average Producer Prices 2009 Cow Milk 1 Ltr.42 8.29 n.456.93 47.86 9. n. n.033.18 33.65 12. n.211.99 7.63 49.525.60 329.35 286.37 297.a.00 n.a.103.33 5. n.33 8.a.348.84 n.71 436.a.57 7.44 30.a.40 296.934.614.87 34.33 313.726. n.a. n.a.783.50 25.a. 42.630.a.64 13. 30.72 n.a.356.515.a.55 21.000.625.95 298.66 43.77 24.08 6.00 9.84 486.78 6.a.06 4.82 11. 13.27 43.22 9.a.397.29 15. n.72 41.78 319.73 n.61 12. 48.92 16.846.077.47 n.192. n.059.35 30.557.58 36.12 37.498.02 21.414.43 19.94 360.125.33 8.a.15 43. n.67 26.603. Livestock Buffalo Milk 1 Ltr.48 24.222.00 8.38 9.73 20.125. n.60 37.95 29.299.547.a.31 9.965.50 8.77 39.a.46 n. 35.79 36.87 20.83 31.66 33.22 33.22 477.750.71 16.53 36.96 12.65 30.12 38.171.250. n.47 9.50 41.00 35.a.401.537.983.39 48.61 12.883.11 13.a.891.50 64.99 27.61 10.27 9.00 34.711.42 22.03 34. 7.64 5. 40.22 39.94 n.88 245.500.52 n.502.a.33 339. 7.07 24.15 7.08 n.18 11.077.060.50 31.95 23.82 12.408.77 22.75 27.85 28.00 17.a.65 351.a.395.97 9.444.33 8.676.687.77 32.a.a.00 10.a.97 379.a.620.170. 6.a.621.256.439.251.50 31.87 n.00 20.06 16.80 35.81 42.875.601.000.20 332.39 37.17 21.46 42.45 31.a.793. n.28 34.86 9.a.82 40.79 9.43 35.90 22.00 7. n.82 12.55 9.964. n.82 25.Agriculture Province Western Central Southern Northern Eastern North Western North Central Uva Sabara- gamuwa District Colombo Gampaha Kalutara Kandy Matale Nuwara Eliya Galle Matara Hambantota Jaffna Vavuniya Mannar Mullaitivu Kilinochchi Batticaloa Trincomalee Ampara Kurunegala Puttalam Anuradhapura Polonnaruwa Badulla Monaragala Ratnapura Kegalle Average Price Table 5.597.776.25 n.25 15.03 21.245. n.a. 6.35 22. 7. 6.a.a.59 15. 48.434.201.678. 6.018.86 15. 35. 27.14 Livestock and Poultry – Average Producer Prices 2010(a) Province Poultry Cow Milk 1 Ltr.85 11.23 30.490.34 272.00 19.56 40.76 310.11 n.75 23.81 32. 27.83 35.38 13.569.48 9.a.93 9. n.71 6.39 307. n.800.35 265.13 44.a.510.848.62 315.36 315.472.166. 14.00 4.582.94 14.63 12.00 n.11 9.60 12.51 4.776.32 18.801.729. n. n.69 11.67 21.43 Source : Department of Census and Statistics Table 5.500. 69.418. 10.27 21.90 36.000.48 10.139.80 364.18 309.500.75 6. 30.27 47. 7.142.835. n.53 51.943.400. 38.099.39 n.24 299.229. 31.826.38 36.33 n.63 8.38 23.052.30 n.625.21 11.a.097.989.39 36.a.06 28.632.a.66 33.44 34.61 13.658.04 43.65 21.80 31.87 32.04 39.59 21.42 31.24 Rupees Livestock – Full Grown Neat Cattle Goats High Bred Other 35.000.168.727.723.64 6.000.71 33.171.30 16.49 28.98 25.42 28. 45.94 30.04 19.28 33.25 n.a.25 19.a.975.24 38.a.26 283.177.72 41.633.a.01 40.754.49 34. 5.19 9.384.603.99 17.362.09 45.432.52 10.a.04 22.a.52 35.19 n.a.707.08 31.766.099.51 47.00 19.11 7.a.56 n.054.a.73 272.a.34 8.750. 8.25 15.23 n.856.73 n.839.10 12.80 284.00 7.33 389.611.679.065.000. n.52 n. n.730.69 28.64 8.80 9.76 15.77 8.a. 7.03 n.654.699.05 33.39 25.09 10.93 3.

630 44.160 860 Total 76.698 2.890 760 Total 60.690 7.800 13.785 2.020 2.403 –  –  –  2009 2.680 33.246 2.490 319.760 52.386 –  1.290 Marine Fish 71.350 37.050 3.454 44.579 7.130 3.892 8.210 2.480 41.418 –  1.880 18.674 4.190 360 390 –  –  –  1.100 21.733 3.170 46.687 958 977 In board Engine – Fibre Glass 2006 1.Agriculture Year \ Province Fish Production by Province Western Central Southern Northern Eastern Table 5.960 –  –  –  2009 Inland fish 370 1.126 2.670 38.800 2.710 200 6.420 –  90.963 (a) Provisional –  –  –  –  –  Numbers 5.15 – 2006 .396 7.360 8.540 10.644 –  –  –  2009 2.874 17.206 4.618 –  –  –  2010 (a) 2.704 –  –  –  2007 2.790 1.224 1.270 15.600 2.110 13.311 3.391 4.181 –  2.178 18.250 –  5.067 2010 (a) 1.880 41.160 860 Marine Fish 78.263 –  1.240 51.882 –  –  –  5.377 4.820 4.520 48.200 63.250 51.670 41.900 21.600 2.403 6.152 6.680 2.980 3.2010 Year \ Province 215.870 1.430 –  85.255 – – 2 – 14 59 102 1.604 –  –  –  49 Source : Ministry of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources .810 –  1.162 5.369 –  –  –  6.200 12.814 2.380 810 9.222 41.940 4.394 2.190 Total Craft 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 (a) 35.050 3.700 2.830 8.310 –  –  –  2007 Inland fish 500 650 2.770 Traditional Mechanized 2006 1 –  642 747 373 79 –  –  –  2007 3 –  609 690 262 116 –  –  –  2008 449 –  657 719 786 174 –  –  –  2009 24 –  668 776 423 235 –  –  –  2010 (a) 130 –  610 1.120 293.377 –  1.692 13.600 92.390 381.210 3.250 32.570 61.16 Operating Fishing Craft by Province and Type – 2006 .230 1.250 12.810 8.840 18.193 18.727 –  –  –  6.301 3.300 (a) Provisional 252.600 25.890 760 Marine Fish 76.340 Marine Fish 72.260 4.207 9.394 5.500 –  –  –  16.575 –  –  –  2008 2.654 3.680 –  2.450 34.630 Source : Ministry of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Table 5.320 10.500 15.640 16.680 Traditional Non-Mechanized 2006 2.230 290 7.040 38.220 44.631 8.110 1.068 12.371 2.070 1.820 4.840 54.398 –  1.620 16.617 3.450 –  –  –  13.813 –  5.620 –  –  –  2010(a) Inland fish 410 1.090 33.955 –  2.010 19.346 In board Engine – Single Day 2006 176 –  184 52 495 –  –  –  –  2007 164 –  165 107 624 –  –  –  –  2008 167 –  180 509 791 40 –  –  –  2009 149 –  168 52 377 212 –  –  –  2010 (a) 165 –  160 234 373 45 –  –  –  907 1.020 –  –  –  2008 Inland fish 640 1.380 291.842 1.071 7.003 2.240 1.822 2.718 11.460 2.451 –  5.630 –  –  –  Inland fish 730 600 1.560 339.829 8.570 16.870 1.143 3.001 572 744 North North Uva Western Central 385 408 108 144 219 –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  Sabara- Total gamuwa –  –  –  –  –  2.493 –  –  –  2007 2.681 –  2.857 8.307 –  5.640 18.952 5.535 10.070 33.670 650 89.620 12.210 68.640 7.530 4.090 10.924 10.800 2.783 –  –  –  2008 2.290 251.310 50.800 670 8.300 Total 73.397 3.980 35.180 –  69.260 89.340 Total 71.700 –  80.060 1.106 3.210 2.700 2.880 77.151 1.540 39.071 1.527 4.290 Total 79.518 –  –  –  2010 (a) 2.270 Western Central Southern Northern Eastern In board Engine – Multi Day 2006 720 2007 726 2008 516 2009 1.310 26.347 16.860 15.767 2.630 19.243 19.170 4.890 26.170 –  87.934 3.130 83.472 4.020 92.050 274.114 1.661 –  –  –  5.910 600 71.730 330.240 1.460 14.410 101.899 –  6.2010 North North Uva Western Central Metric Tonnes Sabara- Total gamuwa 2006 Marine Fish 60.110 1.

668 1.2 86.5 89.9 82.7 87. (c) Provisional data – Recovery is in progress.345 1. SANASA Development Bank Regional Development Banks Lankaputra Development Bank .8 84.4 87.457 561 1.7 64.3 85.5 68. (b) Incomplete data.4 91.1 90. Hatton National Bank Sampath Bank Seylan Bank Ltd.5 81.2 85.5 90.3 88.260 1.064 1.359 2.5 89.175 Per cent of Recoveries Paddy Other Crops All Crops 88.0 67.2 81.7 82.079 1.9 74.7 64.4 81.402 2010 Yala (c) 1.4 0.6 84.3 91.3 89.1 87.5 73.070 1.4 93.5 87.883 1.4 95.280 832 24 35 31 81 60 78 79 156 190 161 188 189 176 153 151 67 71 181 201 215 232 424 220 285 265 347 314 460 421 886 533 787 549 734 343 (a) Credit Schemes: From 1973 to Yala 1986 Comprehensive Rural Credit Scheme.5 83.4 92.158 2009 Yala 760 2009 / 2010Maha (b) 1.8 96.4 82.9 70.5 88.4 92.7 87.9 97.3 87. Since Yala 1986 New Comprehensive Rural Credit Scheme.6 89.5 85.259 2.0 91.6 50.3 73.0 88.Agriculture Table 5.0 85.2 86.475 2.5 91.0 82.129 1.9 91.4 92.0 Sources : 90.2 90.5 79.277 501 877 686 850 711 985 965 1.3 86.6 75.7 85.6 66.784 1.5 86.6 96.2 83.2 88.3 90.7 93.016 770 939 790 1.015 1.8 66.139 27 42 38 92 68 86 86 181 234 235 255 293 257 192 178 152 151 204 244 233 270 475 253 325 303 387 358 520 472 977 638 970 599 857 686 175 214 160 295 337 328 253 553 822 830 824 917 980 668 590 479 463 761 761 824 1. 50 154 179 136 256 289 279 236 484 694 626 649 607 773 471 476 311 306 673 685 785 1.9 66.4 Bank of Ceylon People’s Bank Commercial Bank of Ceylon Ltd.8 78.) Recoveries (Rs.9 93.2 64.0 75.7 90.2 78.0 78.2 93.2 91.3 87.1 88.7 83.6 89.6 94.1 88.7 84.9 90.Mn.1 91.096 710 1.1 91.9 89.1 47.4 78.8 85.7 88.5 85.163 1.6 93.3 83.1 86.8 44.Mn.3 82.3 93.825 130 144 104 175 229 200 157 328 503 465 461 418 597 318 325 244 235 492 484 570 832 853 281 592 421 503 397 525 543 782 812 1.0 94.) Cultivation Year Paddy Other Crops All Crops Paddy Other Crops All Crops 1982 / 83 148 1983 / 84 172 1984 / 85 122 1985 / 86 203 1986 / 87 269 1987 / 88 242 1988 / 89 167 1989 / 90 372 1990 / 91 588 1991 / 92 595 1992 / 93 569 1993 / 94 624 1994 / 95 723 1995 / 96 476 1996 / 97 412 1997 / 98 327 1998 / 99 312 1999 / 00 557 2000 / 01 517 2001 / 02 591 2002 / 03 893 2003 / 04 982 2004 Yala 308 2004 / 2005 Maha 691 2005 Yala 467 2005 / 2006 Maha 552 2006 Yala 432 2006 / 2007 Maha 559 2007 Yala 598 2007 / 2008 Maha 807 2008 Yala 837 2008 / 2009Maha 1.0 68.5 80.17 Cultivation Loans – Refinance Credit Schemes(a) (Position as at End of December) Loans Granted (Rs.0 88.0 87.

3 0.607 5.055 36.203 3.556 2.137 4.658 9.684 6.168 13.054 7.7 143.8 34.9 3. Production and Yield 2001 – 2009 Category \ Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 Table 5.471 230.501 9.785 2.166 Source : Ministry of Plantation Industries .486 6.6 129.0 303.180 6.8 34.251 3.017 802 695 704 755 708 –  –  –  –  –  –  244 889 923 887 867 838 892 833 1.8 304.502 3.772 78.02 0.261 1.392 2.681 230.8 2.506 1.7 104.3 4.5 163.3 0.421 –  747 1.792 9.4 79.7 143.9 5.645 13.807 239.572 70.418 1.308 4.386 1.044 13.392 1.917 6.6 32.745 2.716 36.8 128.461 1.0 95.904 9.799 6.3 –  –  –  –  –  –  0.511 219.649 1.693 Manpower SLSPC Staff Grades Labour Grades Plantation Companies Staff Grades Labour Grades Total Staff Grades Labour Grades % of Labour Total Extent and  Manpower Total Land Extent (ha.623 37.811 12.357 1.312 1.655 694 808 580 357 478 547 4.862 –  –  449 466 458 447 416 396 –  –  –  –  –  –  67 65 39.762 11.1 137.962 6.171 1.3 0.471 4.6 14.740 249.565 232.029 11.515 6.382 4.2 117.218 4.2 140.413 1.606 78.6 138.721 79.788 3.171 248.2 310.1 310.959 13.841 217.5 155.5 221.8 33.851 11.552 2.780 36.953 6.582 230.3 5.601 3.8 47.712 10.2 66.8 33.977 3.050 233.888 4.048 13.998 14.356 1.424 12.128 1.795 (a) Revised (b) Provisional 51 317 5.591 2.819 3.1 5.4 291.439 12.) Tea JEDB SLSPC Plantation Companies National Rubber JEDB SLSPC Plantation Companies National Coconut (Nuts/ha.259 5.4 0.011 3.553 5.3 166.722 9.) Tea JEDB SLSPC Plantation Companies Rubber JEDB SLSPC Plantation Companies Coconut JEDB SLSPC Plantation Companies Production (’000 mt) Made Tea   Production by JEDB SLSPC Other State Agencies Plantation Companies Private Total Rubber Production by JEDB SLSPC Plantation Companies Private Total Coconut Mn/Nuts   Production by Plantation Companies Private Total Yield (kg.690 230.472 4.025 3.1 38.152 5.955 396 65 33.806 3.209 4.Agriculture Plantation Sector – Manpower.9 134.613 1.853 591 517 1.564 13.295 13.350 8.437 4.513 266.949 4.742 13.844 9.147 4.909    Staff Grades Labour Grades    JEDB 889 843 714 579 647 565 581 686 896 887 867 784 707 670 669 769 1.562 1.5 95.240 4.3 4.177 4.550 595 595 627 627 627 697 692 691 957 953 941 793 808 805 808 808 575 578 579 570 575 568 566 575 484 477 488 525 456 418 401 379 639 619 654 630 576 546 498 491 654 644 657 605 614 598 573 573 4.0 15. Extent.697 233.048 958 549 702 911 1.5 104.542 36.186 13.560 6.4 317.3 3.) Managed by JEDB SLSPC Plantation Companies Average extent (ha.402 13.046 231.312 542 824 919 1.4 34.346 73./ha.845 218.210 251.0 224.2 8.322 7.029 10.696 236.146 3.027 78.005 35.6 13.8 235.869 2.040 244.360 2.402 6.852 14.568 3.2 44 32 36 39 32 40 40 38 2.769 2.628 9.407 5.997 81.5 4.3 76.113 7.950 –  –  9.7 –  –  4 0.3 74.1 136.1 0.4 79.2 0.450 1.491 13.8 9.515 2.704 10.654 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 94 375 5.592 2.725 2.312 1.696 9.290 8.424 14.888 256.) Plantation Companies National JEDB – Janatha Estate Development Board SLSPC – Sri Lanka State Plantation Corporation 10.383 9.349 36.2 309.556 94 11.2 90.1 86.9 295.4 69.829 2.612 273.3 3.4 109.279 12.1 139.345 10.639 4.137 235.100 253.5 37.18 2008(a) 2009(b) 427 467 478 446 376 430 416 393 8.064 1.082 4.0 149.0 62.593 232.) per Estate JEDB SLSPC Plantation Companies Average Manpower per Estate JEDB SLSPC Plantation Companies Total Extent Bearing (ha.303 –  600 –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  9.856 9.863 235.1 32.791 6.264 78.850 228.483 2.6 318.483 8.266 12.283 1.266 8.4 3.5 92.2 58.370 7.812 2.432 9.038 10.035 14.055 466 466 395 366 393 404 362 331 8.8 55.523 72.9 41 2.441 1.854 211.871 2.162 200.698 9.

943 7.081 8.6 2.801 33.047 536.6 201.988 10.915 249.320 2. n.457 509.245 9.508 62.7 6.846 11.0 0.7 63. Paddy Tea Rubber Coconut Minor Export Crops Minor Food Crops Tobacco Other Nutrients (b).277 16.5 133.9 3.896 13.150 2.1 8.9 12.467 3.222 33.490 9.3 166.7 292. MT Table 5.378 2.4 1. Imports 559. n.1 9.7 198.2 5.0 5.014 36.671 Issues in NPK Quantity.8 18.1 18.644 165.8 1. MT Value.307 51.9 6.6 13.897 607.787 8.493 15.3 188. MT 592.309 6.030 6.4 1.340 1.9 4.6 132. Rs.346 21.733 37.1 305.8 8.0 10.0 0.420 500.8 1.398 38.136 5.5 13.711 34.278 47.487 3.a.853 4.422 772.531 579.9 2.259 514.873 61.664 389.770 356.665 353.254 13.942 8.735 22.2 141.269 133 27.3 20.867 11. MT ’000 Paddy Tea Rubber Coconut Minor Export Crops Minor Food Crops Tobacco Other Use of Subsidy.996 3.1 14.1 0.664 37.552 633.509 178.1 18.215 Issues (wholesale).763 18.5 1.2 8.902 528.906 3.215 11.321 42.400 686.586 38.827 30.0 3.488 25.129 29.704 49.3 0.336 39.0 2. Rs.924 38.035 2.3 16.452 8.6 68.6 54.769 37.248 8.2 3. Mn.a.359 13.Agriculture Item Local Production Phosphate.521 10.2 72.8 4.635 300.801 89 16.085 35.758 32.5 14.7 247.4 8.299 167.530 18.0 375.176 178.6 1.6 81.362 200.649 2.450 26.3 3.786 25.577 30.3 18. n.19 Fertilizer 2000 – 2009 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009(a) 35.6 257.6 75.033 9.5 72.797 284.036 569.4 4.a.675 283.9 273.062 157.848 609.078 23.a.9 155.044 422.854 726.2 1.9 280.968 187.525 28.2 10.647 663.9 15.8 2. 262.7 79.531 8.0 70.2 3.7 70.204 29.0 4.473 657.572 6.191 602.350 817.437 n.9 3.6 13.068 131.8 336.941 9.8 7.9 11.5 14.488 182.085 22.775 3.059 460.7 316.6 23.5 1.7 (a) Provisional Sources : National Fertilizer Secretariat (b) Estimates Sri Lanka Customs 52 .424 417.4 11.0 4.174 185.648 10.228 28.125 595. Mn.935 121.059 6.8 0.8 8.000 26.704 40.5 3.711 8.2 252.8 3.449 2.847 8.920 9.0 9.000 17.

897 70.833 2.314 29.512 1.010 33.022 11.258 1.413 43.729 13.613 16.226 998 8.767 20.843 11.496 777 176 36.738 36.811 Total 137.734 Paddy Other Crops Paddy Other Crops Paddy Other Crops Paddy Other Crops Paddy Other Crops 41.931 8.390 System L 735 527 1.501 33.654 1.727 1.442 1.912 18.641 855 10.167 Udawalawe –  –  –  33.771 158.464 127.701 40.029 68.235 31.583 Other Crops –  –  –  16.353 755 34.224 34.306 31.860 43.235 132.019 31.184 3.540 45.915 38.497 1.459 193.160 13.319 44.266 43.016 29.547 34.588 803 585 150 34.136 1.121 315 Paddy –  –  –  17.131 961 861 275 936 241 48.005 –  2.20 2009 Settlements (Families) System B (LB) System C System G System H System L Udawalawe ( LB + RB) Victoria 354 828 357 84 120 –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  1.861 152.904 41.294 2.154 16.187 2.036 511 9.622 46.864 30.710 11.160 98 44.704 172.285 734 41.742 168.598 34.458 45.313 147.370 2.733 2.463 41.265 953 1.973 42.396 129.518 935 297 230 41.617 System B 30.920 33.027 42.130 42.557 610 27.435 31.081 16.274 15350 17.147 21.529 49.374 –  1.123 11.046 11.Agriculture Settlements and Land Cultivated under Mahaweli Programme Item 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2001 – 2010 2007 2008 Table 5.391 10.339 137.650 10.564 39.059 40.127 Paddy Other Crops 122.038 180 48.024 41.875 2.235 1.227 3.394 43.467 41.133 121.218 1.512 2.165 2.277 1.049 253 –  54 –  2.612 101 –  485 167 26 System H 52.129 (a) Provisional 50.246 31.360 1.217 25 –  –  –  2.838 System C 43.980 1.513 47.652 185.482 34.047 9.436 2.964 67.471 44.559 34.223 8.702 1.095 639 9.709 51.102 15.177 1.092 10.108 9.309 2.182 9.502 5.566 16.040 31.508 17.082 361 –  –  37 506 –  –  10 –  –  –  2.455 67.212 Source : Mahaweli Authority of Sri Lanka LB – Left Bank RB – Right Bank 53 .685 35.522 1.888 951 314 51.258 212.612 150.774 11.393 39.492 40.496 7.453 9.208 19.388 18.369 169.222 System G 10.243 43.045 9.406 54.299 43.653 18.911 20.269 3.922 65.580 1.451 35.156 26.637 32.991 10.931 –  396 107 –  –  569 354 –  Land Cultivated (Hectares) 2010(a) 1.263 16.480 201.132 1.813 46.114 143.657 9.014 199.330 44.680 33.615 40.949 3.734 35.

26 27.385 51. Area Harvested.447 22.31 579.508 795.011 1.798 135. Rs.978 28.00 35. ’000 MT Average Yield per Hectare.10 18. Cane Harvested.603 1.706 14. (a) Provisional n.432 375 58 8.214 1.235 39. Wearing Apparel and Leather Products Wood and Wood Products Paper Products.907 385.650 15.151 172.990 16.061 34.794 87.883 112. Coal.879 605.609 42.762 1.004 414. Rs.185 264 48 7.328 1.998 95.395 442 82 8.372 155.441 53.a.301 47.702 1.199 21.00 44. Sevanagala Sugar Industries Ltd.048 25.826 72. Ha. Mn.446 516.117 73.631 142.360 48.865 1.35 28.43 498./MT 420 10.659 62. Million 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010(a) 315. Beverages and Tobacco Products Textiles.032 397.76 24.409 1.29 30.00 44.293 1. Kg.925 197.963 72.544 282.00 96.869 467 25.151 30.208 720.085 1.93 38.350 38.141 56.32 83.020 19.193 1.119 53.956 1. Rubber and Plastic Products Non-Metallic Mineral Products Basic Metal Products Fabricated Metal Products Machinery and Transport Equipment Manufactured Products (Not Elsewhere Specified) Value Added in Industry (Current Price) Food.101 84.635 59.028 35.1 2005 – 2010 Rs.89 25.2 Sugar 2001 – 2010 Item Sugar Cane Total Area (with ratoons).378 32.294 6.794 965 32.809 509 11./kg.00 32.57 612. Per Capita.872 1.320 6.934 37.831 8.42 n.638 55. Import Price (C&F).873 5.Industry Industrial Production Industrial Category Value Added in Industry (2002 Constant Prices) Food.947 2.341 885 27.474 575 22.830 559 41.36 Sugar Imports 8.653 170.400 58.089 15.390 462 56 7.892 61.66 8.245 3.56 10.185 2.289 24.140 14. Rubber and Plastic Products Non-Metallic Mineral Products Basic Metal Products Fabricated Metal Products Machinery and Transport Equipment Manufactured Products (Not Elsewhere Specified) Table 6.335 47.903 255 43 7.769 23.11 577.142 87.66 494.653 1.52 27.297 481 17.00 12.522 1.303 31.227 418 13. 30.276 147.020 63.482 2.930 1.00 93.20 63.15 608.557 6. MT ’000 589.927 185.378 1.271 348 56 7.718 23.990 3.714 13.715 373.843 131.661 13.09 30.544 6.200 287 47 7.843 985 1. Sri Lanka Customs 54 . MT Sugar Production.655 375 56 8.450 Sevanagala Pelwatta 30.870 1.353 4. Petroleum.a.244 155.54 558.609 37.805 1.785 103.11 24.398 33.256 44.372 5.598 58.143 2.547 930 30.013 2.353 75.055 35.72 36.000 27.18 n.407 458.026 1.601 22.352 1.410 (a) Provisional Source : Department of Census and Statistics Table 6.503 55. MT ’000 Value.372 241.687 906 28.455 333.198 1.00 41. Ha.445 6. 28.511 554 12.726 1.a.69 31.359 147.776 1.28 14.215 1.521 47.000 40. – Not available Sources : Central Bank of Sri Lanka Department of Census and Statistics Pelwatte Sugar Industries Ltd.540 Sugar Availability.138 434.970 202.292 38.794 2.184 17.240 6.982 438 11.825 525 23.822 1. Publishing and Printing Chemical.410 29.786 7.125 1.215 174.308 5.346 17. Coal.854 113.045 368 55 7. Petroleum.988 274 51 39. MT 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010(a) 7.536 28.168 31.903 916.842 78.80 18.899 12.915 20. Publishing and Printing Chemical.306 958 31.480 1.376 Sevanagala Pelwatta 41.585 6.731 92. Wearing Apparel and Leather Products Wood and Wood Products Paper Products.151 23.544 Cost of Sugar Production.634 22.935 24.57 506.80 Volume.979 348.447 5. Rs.611 166.734 65.564 355.742 66. Beverages and Tobacco Products Textiles.061 1.

255 36.974 43. (b) Ceylon Cold Stores Ltd.243 5. Kgs.511 3.408 46.277 1.620 8.845 2009 2010(a) Milk Collection.423 1.031 8. Ltd.597 –  –  –  25.919 21.137 10.460 54. This figure includes imported powdered milk and other powdered malt products upto 2007. From 2008 onwards.996 25.502 1.730 2.Industry Milk and Milk Products Item Table 6. Kgs.628 70.922 8.689 81.024 23..091 6.327 28. International Dairy Products Ltd. International Dairy Products Ltd.217 7.442 70. MT Other Milk Food.943 4.423 66 13.585 8.272 8.568 6. ’000   Highland   Nestle (e) (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) 728 55 679 66 844 68 1. Closed in 2005.160 13.382 13.807 34.870 55.606 40.044 2.673 4.032 29.590 3.601 31.203 26. 55 .531 3.916 35.543 –  –  –  –  –  –  26.479 5.515 14.666 7.343 66 91.837 23.900 4.990 21.442 33.651 21.560 10.847 87.638 12.590 54.427 5. Including milk purchased from MILCO.172 1.763 3.547 13.714 4.352 42.261 5. ’000 Milk Powder.692 4.844 99. Litres ’000 Pasteurised Milk Sterilised Milk Condensed Milk.599 77.331 3.893 4.820 30.540 5.743 8.190 8.031 7.379 9. only domestic production is included.443 65 911 76 Sources : Ceylon Cold Stores Ltd. (c)(d) Nestle Lanka Ltd.131 3.006 24.123 59 641 56 1.286 7. (MILCO) Nestle Lanka Ltd.252 9.514 11.613 84.040 53.866 73 1.595 4. MT ’000 Liquid Milk. Sri Lanka Customs Provisional Excluding milk sold to IDPL.902 87.718 24.886 3.018 53.3 2001 – 2010 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 79.589 3.614 22.409 48. Litres ’000 41.088 4.580 25.620 15.464 22.656 21.670 21.637 4.880 Milk Industries of Lanka Co. Finished Products Imports of Milk Products 11.859 31.562 15.918 Infant Milk Food.640 6.972 5.148 3. Ltd.321 697 834 736 –  –  –  –  –  10. (IDPL) Milk Industries of Lanka Co.

435 27 3.4 1. 174 Rs.465 8 1.611 11 1. Rs.434 10 2. 208.9 20.410 11 2.7 1.374 740 374.9 45.3 1.9 1.574 285.5 4.4 25. Mn.403 64.263 683 347.1 3.4 3. 12.705 132.088 320.995 678 358. 104.3 63. Mn.717 195.777 176 109.360 232.8 9. 408 Rs.0 5.7 10.969 208 134.146 395. Rs.1 1.089 8 3.3 61.7 3.395 51 17.456 9 1.5 1.476 153.158 8 2. kgs.4 56.4 22. Rs.026 71 35.172 291.829 369. Mn.0 1.K.573 554 276.6 1.4 1.4 27.0 23. France Netherlands Canada Italy Imports Yarn Mn.483 Fabric Mn.3 1.959 10 3.895 446 231.288 13 1.8 1.347 199 133.3 1.780 Fibre Mn.3 1.131 7 2.5 1.1 4.4 1. kgs.144 634 303.457 8 2.880 12 6.7 1.170 10 4.9 11.4 Textiles 2001 – 2010 Item 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010(a) Exports Yarn Mn.5 1.584 19 5.135 61 25.3 58.489 11 6.9 1.9 26.041 227.5 23.1 5.416 153.833 211 136.889 53 17.987 180.652 456 268.8 1.024 376.200 15 6.4 1.957 160.662 136.441 8 2.670 721 355.940 9 6.549 Total Value of Imports. Mn.9 8. kgs.463 376.699 48 14.6 1.177 197 155. 14 2.348 57 23.2 41. 10 1.2 19.997 55 20.902 49 13.510 8 1.833 9 2.3 1.9 1.1 3. kgs.404 165.197 7 2.538 201 152.4 1.278 181 137. Mn.8 1.8 2.027 248. Export Markets (% of Value of Garment Exports) USA Germany U.a.1 5.1 3.3 1.282 132. Mn.9 5.6 1.992 9 2.9 1.699 184. – Not available Sri Lanka Customs 56 . (a) Provisional Sources : Ministry of Industrial Development (Textiles Division) n.830 Garments Mn.0 49. Mn. kgs.9 Total Exports Rs.4 1. kgs.7 1.490 67 28.4 24.800 Fabric Mn.624 423 214. 13 5.7 19.Industry Table 6.918 211 151.826 8 6.3 3.8 4.2 3.0 59.350 13 6.1 1.336 11 6. Mn.915 192 116.2 41. Rs.320 8 2. 50 Rs.

Ilmenite.244.607 5. MT ’000 Value (C & F).823 1.a. n.6 1. Mn.2 n. n. n.066 31. Production. Rs.Mn.767 108.a.6 214. 3. Rs.3 10.a.7 2009 2010(a) Precious & Semi Precious Stones Exports.008 2.127 Refined Products Imports 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Quantity.077 297 58. Rs.011 143..3 10.956 5.470 254 56.a.a.154 33.300 1.096 2.699 113. n.1 202. Rs.2 10.180 61.455 40. Production. MT Exports – Quantity.224 39.223 (a) Provisional Sources : Lanka Mineral Sands Ltd.6 Minerals 2001 – 2010 158 93 686 442 – 126 22 33 84 2 – 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 5.a.989. n.697 91 2.Mn.728 35.a.647.1 255.3 10. n.8 161. 7. Rs.6 136.067.404 41.286 508 70.Industry Table 6.715 1.484 (a) Provisional (b) Imports by Ceylon Petrolium Corporation. 3.873.228.298 88./MT 4. n.444. 324 18 1.027 260 434 86.1 5.853 2. 31. Mn.2 5.584 143.503 1.0 8.7 9.571 35.403 Sources : Ceylon Petroleum Corporation Lanka IOC PLC. Mn.090 231 2.1 7.386 2.299 10. n. 57 .’000 38 697 37 835 43 1.5 7. n.124 51 1. n.954 2.a.469 163. Production. 6. n.383. Rs.859 2.170 19.279 n.619 40.526 3.5 595. MT – Value.6 8.a.180 1.551 15. n.897 4. MT Exports – Quantity.873 221. n.824 16. n. n.1 10.517 169 48.a.133 13.397.315 221.5 n.717 2.967 74. 8115 20 n. n.a.a.a. MT – Value.439 93 2. 1. – Value. Rs.136 5.661 163 2.a. Rs. MT ’000 Value (C & F).176.243 158 26.334 181 Tourist Sales.7 7. Rs.a.074 414 57.071.196 4.434 77.644 1.809. Petrol 189 226 196 203 161 193 163 164 179 Kerosene 179 196 154 144 142 144 97 111 83 Furnace Oil 687 774 721 786 624 766 772 731 781 Auto Diesel 614 202 612 657 559 628 445 453 485 Marine and Heavy Diesel – – – 20 – – – – – Aviation Fuel (Avtur) 45 72 96 126 114 131 171 154 195 Liquid Petroleum Gas 16 18 15 16 13 – 16 16 24 Asphalts (Bitumen) 89 34 41 50 52 – 40 45 42 Naptha (Chemical) 105 108 95 7 113 – 92 100 105 Solvents 2 2 3 4 4 – 5 3 17 – – – – – – – – – Locally Blended Lubrication Oil Exports (c).a. MT ’000 2.a.159 111.066.6 5.488.a. Rs.309 7.4 261.a.831 410 Rutile. Item 2001 24. n.768 5.630 170 36.936.5 Petroleum 2001 – 2010 Item 2001 2009 2010(a) Crude Oil Imports (b) Quantity.966 3.094. Graphite.176 378 73.443 114 n. MT – Value. n. Mn.1 221.a.373 4.559 97 4.580 18. n.628 61.7 6. MT Exports – Quantity.225. n.606 6.004.a. n.055 Local Sales – Quantity. (c) Excluding export earnings on lighterage and services.a. – Not available National Gem and Jewellery Authority Bogala Graphite Lanka Ltd.048 5.629 6.a. Mn.243 Processed in Sri Lanka. Gem Exports Geuda Exports 5.594 52 1.665 1.125 137.995 2.a.731 214 31.853.810 2.5 209.200 2.a.763 25.8 157.663.055 1. n.a. n.003 6.018 3. n.819 120.151 1.7 208. Lanka IOC PLC. and Lanka Marine Services (Pvt) Ltd.6 1.053 7.795 106. 893 51 n.964 1.a. n.a.170 112 37.625.a.152 420 81.968 1.2 671.7 8.693 27.9 1.a.152 5.314 2.480 270 56.229 276 65.313.a. n.405 6.390 6.326. – Average Price. Sri Lanka Customs Table 6.0 9.a. Mn.609 1.098 77.393 265 3.

211 1.385 941 363 436 11.719 136 1.027 11.840 7.601 80 –  –  Sales.207 548 3 175 842 42 –  Maximum Demand.893 1.012 14.955 Units Generated.159 147 1.230 2.444 1.854 14.882 3.883 23 –  –  10.903 10.8 Electricity 2001 – 2010 Item 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010(a) Available Capacity.137 563 3 24 174 –  98 1.329 5.849 2.627 3.207 573 3 73 452 –  20 2.207 548 3 138 737 12 –  2.868 1.814 3.075 8.769 3.045 1. Rs.419 1.193 3 120 1.411 1.Small Thermal (b) Other Emergency Power (c) Self Generation 6.948 7.901 3.681 9.516 1.496 7.622 2. MT ’000 Value. per MT (Annual Avg.821 1.384 1.050 681 921 811 83 6.120 108 9.680 6 –  –  9.768 1.507 3 206 2.378 2.840 9.903 1.a.144 8. GWh Domestic and Religious Industrial Small Units Medium Units Large Units General Purpose and Hotel LECO Street Lighting 5.988 1.170 –  341 105 6.005 578 859 802 60 5.130 108 8.473 1.375 3.441 2.a.024 1.132 981 83 7.453 509 493 542 569 660 711 839 832 773 300 270 310 384 377 410 412 358 260 n.090 1.111 98 8.a. MT ’000 Holcim Puttalam Ruhunu Tokyo Imports Volume. 6.976 16. – Not available Tokyo Cement Company Lanka PLC Sri Lanka Customs Table 6.740 1.645 1.394 3 648 3.922 1.117 2.572 1.329 1. n.217 6.144 108 8.223 1.840 9.014 1.544 1.240 869 1.714 4.207 548 3 172 742 12 –  2. n.856 7.627 195 1.083 3 428 3.a.126 8.144 8.755 2.152 –  –  –  9.207 548 3 84 567 –  –  2.528 –  –  –  9.903 10.027 11.a.870 232 1.748 1.422 1.417 2. CEB Hydro Thermal Other Private Hydro .798 1. Rs.174 838 1.207 548 3 107 567 –  –  2.637 1.672 12. n.866 135 1.842 1.433 n.323 957 1. MW 1.a.817 Installed Capacity.799 2.386 1.266 157 1.395 1.276 2.711 –  394 –  8.254 1.a.027 83 7. n. Rs.672 12.003 10.434 2.356 2.173 2.666 2.049 1. and from end October 2004. n.238 1.248 –  913 141 7.563 1.037 1.360 8.190 2.700 2.064 –  509 115 8.615 11.030 2.091 3 525 3.378 7.a.584 3.953 4 103 1.7 2001 – 2010 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010(a) 809 763 852 953 1.360 8.162 2 277 3.465 4.460 1.302 3.409 8.603 2.389 4. 423 386 382 420 1.207 618 3 40 355 –  20 2.796 14.Small Thermal (b) Other Emergency Power (c) 1.316 983 1.207 548 3 117 567 –  –  2.204 2.336 2 344 3.817 1. n.455 Sources : Holcim (Lanka) Limited (a) Provisional n.042 894 83 6.201 108 (a) Provisional Source : Ceylon Electricity Board (b) Inclusive of Independent Power Producers (IPP) (c) Emergency power plants were terminated from end June 2003.930 1.927 2.445 1. n.645 2.434 1. n.125 2.832 2.335 6.384 3.703 1. per MT Price.a.208 2.900 7.186 2.393 808 1. MW CEB Hydro Thermal Other Private Hydro .) Holcim Puttalam Ruhunu Tokyo 2002 Table 6.a.605 178 1. MW 1.502 1.165 1. Imports Price (C&F).612 3.243 2.807 4.Industry Cement Item 2001 Local Production Production Volume.684 2.896 3 65 1.589 1.126 11.082 –  –  –  9.669 2 345 3.725 3.901 1.159 2.999 2.771 2.004 1. except Chunnakam (20 MW) 58 .678 202 1. Mn. GWh.626 1.444 2.255 2.951 2.137 563 3 34 193 –  300 2.a.444 2.040 7.290 1.684 1.411 2.446 166 1.040 7.433 6.518 219 1.268 3.339 5.

70 1.83 Nilambe 3.33 324.18 16.75 27.25 466.36 1.50 0.25 Thermal –  402.96 5.86 5.83 2.33 145.22 0.00 28.13 Total Thermal 548.22 48.47 43.787.67 1.60 33.61 97.44 821.16 25.16 20.11 9.62 4.88 152.83 14.90 67.37 160.97 326.76 1.94 856.00 19.45 0.30 35.12 161.28 0.49 5.00 8.61 10.32 436.40 144.74 17.75 512.83 327.60 40.28 0.12 103.22 39.21 7.91 0.23 8.67 26.08 Thermal Kelanitissa Steam   Gas 100.02 305.29 17.01 3.83 11.99 7.40 796.44 2.00 1.96 0.00 0.56 2.07 0.84 Kotmale 201.27 175.62 7.27 6.28 323.13 41.54 196.10 54.25 Wimalasurendra 50.81 838.08 Total CEB Private Mini Hydro (Private) –  21.55 0.92 110.40 841.80 1.81 43.56 1.73 234.71 24.00 0.40 381.901.00 54.00 98.38 36.40 Private Mini Hydro (Private) –  15.21 96.08 Canyon 50.53 14.71 14.758.41 25.22 428.14 Sapugaskanda 44.06 (a) Non-Conventional Renewable Energy (Solar.51 317.52 8.06 15. 145.91 158.03 2.38 472.47 0.00 0.86 23.62 28.29 5.48 35.00 15.56 0.25 305.99 11.61 1.65 195.57 15.22 31.04 1.09 36.67 141.09 52.06 104.28 0.44 491.11 8.40 819.00 6.19 2.68 811.23 0.60 45.83 360.99 0.43 37.30 40.46 271.93 6.81 2.02 0.36 32.69 31.87 44.62 14.09 32.46 362.31 2.89 14.87 1.01 143.00 0.11 333.36 24.89 33.13 0.94 37.91 Sub Total 662.85 24.92 1.37 19.25 109.94 11.91 26.18 0.28 17.40 105.450.11 34.67 81.26 32.00 9.74 12.043.97 Randenigala 49.04 15.41 0.21 0.86 Sub Total Mahaweli River Complex 40.98 62.08 103.87 Samanala 335.50 0.82 16.22 20.13 14.91 5.70 1.15 Chunnakam 8.00 0.64 77.42 0.32 10.95 3.89 32.04 63.20 15.05 22.90 7.90 362.00 6.34 49.08 534.49 46.85 871.43 238.71 5.85 108.00 0.28 1.38 501.9 Nov Dec Total CEB Generation in 2008.52 0.91 28.95 2.50 98.54 3.44 531.73 14.88 5.12 9.57 40.34 28.73 Samanalawewa 70.75 162.00 0.71 2.61 47.10 125.72 0.20 47.72 372.63 4.94 286.78 21.10 348.93 5.99 101.91 16.70 7.68 49.53 4.39 39.76 46.77 30.91 16.66 25.25 2.98 0.22 29.06 0.67 53.03 2.00 7.85 36.00 71.85 45.28 9.37 14.33 11.29 54.72 32. 80.14 268.00 315.32 23.32 41.51 40.49 3.27 0.44 106.57 New Laxapana 100.98 14.00 87.79 104.26 0.67 177.09 266.60 45.90 0.63 0.00 23.54 8.80 9.00 9.11 0.48 338.59 315.11 834.91 10.78 Victoria 201.74 Uda Walawe 3.Industry Gross Generation of Electricity by Power Stations – 2008 and 2009 Power Capacity Station MW Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Table 6.54 1.75 0.20 1.48 87.00 0.54 32.00 17.00 45.63 33.32 4.54 131.57 67.114.24 0.37 0.85 3.91 11.31 38.20 31.66 48.53 43.43 9.80 12.64 42.81 Sapugaskanda Ext.13 36.09 Kukule 70.73 101.72 53.85 96.85 89.39 0.32 33.55 20.09 Wimalasurendra 50.69 0.92 35.06 97.17 21.083.16 35.53 2.89 3.99 0.63 0.86 Mahaweli River Complex Ukuwela 40.83 30.15 9.94 6.84 0.21 44.54 149.49 158.71 10.22 9.41 30.45 Inginiyagala 6.10 18.55 39.72 1.56 22.63 353.59 69.07 Old Laxapana 50.56 1.64 24.48 0.47 41.66 18.58 125.90 22.14 15.90 853.40 180.679.53 152.12 40.36 1.33 29.83 25.16 4.30 6.14 0.19 423.81 94.17 1.59 0.47 20.35 19.00   Gas (New) 114.16 321.42 0.76 1.57 19.14 2.73 7.09 0.70 28.49 849.43 2.07 0.00 0.12 37.62 18.56 2.84 Generation in 2009.39 5.07 16.43 0.27 77.10 45.62 0.49 23.90 12.33 45.06 5.00 126.73 45.02 1.12 Sub Total 20.10 0.90 311.49 29.28 38.92 53.08 101.34 Sub Total 1.85 14.81 468.02 111.74 210.39 0.09 16.53 19.56 42.00 1.31 2.56 36.81 54.86 26.40 61.07 1.08 0.00 0.49 19.01 825.79 328.19 9.99 Old Laxapana 32.47 30.37 6.11 9.88 0.99 5.00 0.00 75.49 350.00 0.84 1.20 393.15 828.13 31.97 17.53 26.80 342.79 2.00 10.00 16.57 491.72 3.50 13.29 173.20 0.06 5.472.80 53.00 13.60 48.56 26.23 10.02 12.07 0.883.14 43.25 0.45 201.18 43.67 32.20 75.05 348.64 5.00 33.32 346.16 287.94 141.69 0.54 383.48 60.94 18.59 1.06 0.31 0.81 27.44 41.28 26.40 402.38 Uda Walawe 6.31 1.33 Total Hydro 1. Gwh CEB Hydro Kelani River Complex Canyon 60.72 35.96 102.13 0.51 44.25 229.00 0.24 28.45 471.84 6.31 352.58 324.00 0.33 0.54 4.23 55.50 30.79 30.237.98 33.41 50.47 12.38 0.19 33.45 0.48 386.84 3.33 5.70 70.20 480.67 144.00 Rantambe 49.57 Samanalawewa 120.02 147.51 360.58 29.27 46.27 132.00 0.04 22.87 368.78 21.50 0.81 816.94 42.49 19.41 159.00 1.27 6.98 133.92 433.12 9.49 25.55 0.69 29.58 0.28 0. Dendro & Biomass).92 2.61 0.33 Wind Power 3.48 211.80 Kukule Mini Hydro (CEB) 11.24 34.75 392.99 19.56 10.83 2.47 0.38 287.86 53.64 2.758.80 380.87 0.79 50.65 1.57 10.06 383.37 100.00 13.00 4.21 7.48 117.62 5.55 46.46 0.48 137.72 77.76 149.00 0.70 1.00 0.23 1.71 Kotmale 122.00 16.33 331.99 11.51 0.03 5.91 775.17 0.82 402.51 125.00 29.390.00 20.13 Victoria 210.62 325.92 16.11 62.07 592.33 22.45 261.91 27.81 7.76 6.98 40.22 0.34 23.48 Mini Hydro (CEB) Inginiyagala 11.92 Sapugaskanda 80.96 8.52 118.34 731.94 19.82 19.04 6.56 61.22 11.15 21.61 Sub Total 335.17 0. Gwh Hydro Kelani River Complex 60.91   Combined Cycle 165.79 33.00 80.63 294.24 11.16 29.53 524.34 0.00 0.85 23.30 47.90 4.77   Combined Cycle 165.66 41.88 12.97 350.97 2.38 68.00 16.38 171.03 45.55 162.87 1.35 52.90 26.25 18.51 115.97 6.01 8.77 282.18 Wind Power Thermal Kelanitissa Steam 100.48 36. 80.00 3.73 361.00 20.71 34.53 Samanala 75.58 32.47 16.00 89.21 1.13 Source : Ceylon Electricity Board 59 .50 485.46 392.21 0.05 9.37 20.59 24.44 203.80 255.20 235.355.19 8.44 0.30 242.51 5.64 140.52 0.67 0.98 0.57 4.05 0.46 35.98 2.94 Sapugaskanda Ext.45 0.66 Grand Total –  806.32 254.99 35.40 23.11 42.03 8.26 47.15 15.27 0.11 2.91 827.97 40.43 0.22 3.24 10.88 Total Private –  418.85 42.38 0.28 214.22 845.02 42.20 0.23 38.88 Total Hydro 3.49 34.38 5.16 24.19 14.47 10.40 1.14 2.80 864.74 96.69 363.63 319.00 0.98 1.71 256.47 20.20 428.86 795.61 40.34 0.92 5.00 20.700.15 Nilambe 20.04 Chunnakam 548.26 33.84 40.93 4.00 11.18 47.97 12.37 11.85 372.12 3.74 243.00   Gas 115.28 920.882.18 Ukuwela 40.62 59.63 31.15 17.02 0.40 467.56 13.89 16.00 185.66 833.77 32.45 6.49 404.64 15.00 0.43 0.42 327.00 10.68 New Laxapana 100.432.49 1.84 43.87 181.31 180.22 0.81 42.53 190.76 345.64 0.61 5.87 426.20   Gas (New) 115.53 12.57 280.18 3.63 0.45 43.00 97.575.71 4.40 1.46 80.01 3.17 60.84 9.00 44.46 321.70 453.45 387.00 0.11 2.07 34.71   Thermal –  351.93 1.91 495.04 49.56 Bowetanne 40.42 291.05 43.45 119.75 25.76 Total Private –  –  Grand Total 844.59 17.45 4.207.77 61.64 19.24 10.00 0.08 18.66 2.24 24.45 0.35 593.53 57.33 39.56 22.04 0.70 282.21 10.91 13.74 151.99 2.45 7.21   NRE (a) –  0.57 152.98 4.68 291.91 7.79 35.24 5.53 214.37 36.96 207.11 62.67 162.25 4.11 0.14 475.67 31.00 0.00 25.00 27.14 23.97 0.80 1.090.56 0.13 70.76 181.36 393.60 3.01 72.39 2.84 285.10 8.96 379.57 0.08 525.92 2.90 29.56 136.63 37.00 10.10 1.37 42.49 8.10 578.01 Bowetanne 210.87 13.53 NRE (a) –  0.18 179.02 Total Thermal 1.59 7.00 14.00 0.46 180.34 5.46 37.77 51.63 414.66 4.00 0.38 0.39 106.30 0.48 57.13 38.50 Rantambe 662.00 35.72 56.93 419.09 0.79 100.81 33.45 17.82 0.09 42.07 6.89 5.09 1.00 29.80 20.33 44.00 0.27 22.02 1.00 75.76 58.35 2.99 14.97 37.91 446.207.49 4.11 20.81 30.79 41.00 3.97 104.99 Total CEB 1.24 154.86 4.00 210.37 34.50 2.92 369.63 792.38 309.79 0.33 32.28 114.65 53.16 Sub Total 120.85 5.00 0.60 0.45 527.14 Randenigala 122.49 492.64 3.66 353.

03 2.05 Street Lighting 36.06 1.390 884.30 Uva Province Domestic 141.031.09 20.931 13.276.60 2.577.28 346.40 18.44 27.485 1.575.733.296 2.74 798.54 5.59 58.35 2.77 1.455.49 825.292.659 42.697 –  566.25 1.53 7.688.09 9.356 3.30 78.362 4.481 3.949 1.13 3.425.23 39.475 260.44 Industrial 1.85 20.20 1.603 217.196.407.494.378 –  226.111.243 49.15 8.10 110.675 10.20 206.48 4.962 54.79 Northern Province Domestic 66.242 3.630 3.61 46.268 2.121 1.13 124.965 243.84 1.361 –  539.52 7.862 29.50 38.47 3.62 15.45 61.83 4.555 –  302.32 1.542 5.71 82.076 –  245.25 6.60 70.438.93 24.884.883.748 91.203 –  496.031.70 403.34 39.05 174.805.53 314.59 90.657 101.187.21 972.42 633.747.89 4.671 44.361.74 Commercial 51.11 111.69 1.745 1.41 110.16 3.280.744 13.346 727 411 28.055.899 –  576.09 108.99 132.04 1.349.57 330.Industry Electricity Sales by Provinces Table 6.91 18.342 750 394 28.38 3.80 3.83 97.63 10.481.76 3.42 1.88 2.107 3.57 2.380.31 671.39 74.15 Commercial 108.057 –  –  32 31 999.43 61.08 Street Lighting 6.18 1.977.36 2.75 2.121.62 Western Province Domestic 813.194.94 103.71 20.502 –  126.00 1.09 28.50 239.15 Religious 4.644.872.497.279 25.605 2.254 313.09 27.15 17.894 301.019 1.147 273.48 38.028 1.99 252.51 1.440.586 2.01 5.696.97 Religious 7.11 20.998.040 10.39 39.70 16.25 62.79 319.08 28.59 68.09 13. Mn.612 –  242.486.13 325.92 669.73 4.27 Total 549.257 1.44 296.36 108.39 6.390.704.74 4.819.71 132.24 North Central Province Domestic 122.08 8.165 848.67 1.113.39 1.62 1.037.02 13.222 1.53 375.91 128.31 252.57 8.59 1.922 1.265 2.22 Industrial 67.28 2.119.141 120.147 2.015 3.13 119.41 2.28 433.032 58.87 153.580.68 2.69 5.77 8.782 2.99 5.86 4.70 111.551.26 31.04 Central Province Domestic 295.76 1.93 1.83 7.085 –  270.235 –  554.33 595.618.45 2.117.22 3.34 207.482 1.83 14.866.190 104.400.91 4.65 1.79 1.53 4.47 409.74 242.73 Total 238.661.30 2.63 1.340 –  122.863.92 729.860.99 9.551 2.793 –  223.20 154.33 691.866.758.655 225.046 912.633 461.27 853.137.168 1.84 712.632 –  132.637.300 –  329.46 39.47 4.155.17 782.178.532.96 42.46 Religious 8.301 1.84 975.80 70.586 –  294.09 19.14 Religious 2.329 2.947 512.83 Commercial 32.93 3.17 52.26 1.511 27.211.56 132.39 5.65 380.927 293.00 128.584 608.39 8.255.11 2.27 6.74 1.10 1.90 4.60 2.76 13.83 107.35 659.59 1.280 48.706 3.27 262.12 22.866 4.23 733.42 57.77 7.00 852.57 5.513.54 377.217 56.880 3.079.944 2.79 66.480.23 1.269 469.51 Industrial 129.29 Street Lighting 8.25 1.47 2.79 872.333.09 Street Lighting 9.37 27.81 359.40 12.10 12.08 721.24 642.24 7.905 1.72 46.34 2.17 465.50 62.92 1.60 Religious 4.207 53.884 –  471.272.577 1.50 76.64 Street Lighting 1.96 12.969.027 –  283.866 21.65 1.97 70.05 3.25 Commercial 45.62 6.73 53.286.024 117.272.52 25.255 1.74 331.19 Industrial 109.35 Total 108.144 –  276.37 213.11 339.38 5.920 212.161.18 8.63 110.65 4.42 37.34 57.811 28.79 2.36 1.448 114.128 2.376.121.48 177.88 885.725 270.69 47.64 148.25 55.17 27.890 –  140.52 10.882.60 124.53 10.54 102.580 13.66 Street Lighting 24.09 4.28 15.074.290 3.747 3.66 Total 314.62 Industrial 89.54 319.81 41.58 92.73 3.410 8.95 1.00 34.80 48.95 Industrial 5.03 94.870.734.64 4.03 140.79 5.18 8.25 1.46 1.41 4.637 1.022.38 317.775.662 240.540.24 520.68 252.91 7.16 Total 678.97 Local Authority & LECO 1.987 4.479 –  350.152.25 3.34 215.650 105.09 303.38 9.07 Industrial 133.53 65.990 3.091 2.215.299.25 310.588.854 1.58 2.17 185.417.09 9.585.27 30.84 35.88 85.873 1.75 1.449 109.57 1.33 2.855 –  257.144.719.86 3.21 992.29 622.189.87 Commercial 47.470.275 58.31 28.283 2.782.073 110.599 1.024.75 Local Authority & LECO 91.61 107.11 115.251.434.77 33.31 69.68 Religious 3.22 140.227 32.09 1.335.049.542.79 1.64 8.97 377.38 54.68 40.52 5.10 607.52 2.238 22.074.351 –  119.035.25 810.39 233.082 1.71 Southern Province Domestic 285.28 2.64 349.874 1.21 1.537.186 –  334.86 Eastern Province Domestic 152.440.111 286.442.06 No.328 9.27 1.331 1.03 862.18 162.10 76.16 1.08 35.14 3.32 1.795 25.29 Religious 2.004.563.736 1.636 13.84 Total 283.21 1.52 759.19 2.77 621.14 2.598.85 154.53 242.99 316.35 4.212.782 10.25 57.689.71 9.896.766 –  524.38 36.844 –  6 510.02 715.264.435 24.98 19.44 870.13 3.143.50 Industrial 214.92 1.55 Religious 2.56 14.08 2.91 1.702 27.10 1.51 869.02 111.484.84 675.74 30.151.061.307.59 2.593.71 194.872.22 63.64 4.63 143.158 –  6 474.27 3.876 3. Rs.90 Industrial 292.64 1.49 13.00 Industrial 227.780.10 2006 – 2009 Province Units in Gwh Revenue.631.13 862.66 783.49 1.62 25.61 2.51 700.82 2.97 36.38 9.408.48 114.417.56 4.07 Total 692. & Type of Sale 2006 2007 2008 2009 2006 2007 2008 Colombo City Domestic 245.29 178.85 2.20 2.18 59.27 Religious 4.93 70.01 87.750 3.927.74 9.60 386.195 3.551.00 Commercial 78.123 30.34 826.297 –  284.381.11 Sabaragamuwa Province Domestic 163.16 438.441 4.66 3.15 1.08 200.62 North Western Province Domestic 292.76 839.05 47.474 3.317.37 52.878.245.218 2.83 329.40 12.18 67.63 1.069 23.309.82 Commercial 74.82 307.39 18.635 490.44 140.864 490.01 5.24 Total 3.032.551 2.847.39 136.757.52 1.142 767 376 29.86 41.659 2.96 146.29 61.36 7.45 7.18 Street Lighting 1.240.789 1.348 10.011.94 136.75 14.92 2.88 922.97 2.831.71 6.710.126.28 Religious 2.652.415 –  318.168 Source : Ceylon Electricity Board 60 .467 9.88 58.582 463.88 Total 349.83 333.27 6.75 2.62 10.27 54.785 1.36 6.06 259.432.88 Commercial 328.839.57 549.18 22.161.99 2.270 33.51 1.41 148.842 –  147.01 3.75 40.834 493.59 324.67 17.846 –  306.22 Commercial 584.290 4.01 Commercial 44.87 1.215 1.906 2. of Consumer Accounts 2009 2006 2007 2008 2009 4.97 1.288 712 558 27.17 958.84 Street Lighting 4.502.12 151.59 84.60 847.33 51.91 1.878.615 –  31 958.06 68.883.41 364.91 1.900 4.44 279.60 1.09 649.899 11.56 94.34 Total 1.626 9.05 37.642 3.617.057.054 96.891.02 1.373 1.157 3.016.255.73 633.52 4.81 610.92 156.887 2.028.540 –  144.20 4.241 –  509.636.98 195.05 Street Lighting 2.527.64 30.659 –  150.22 7.47 63.73 2.833 510.66 2.464 –  6 566.169 –  31 915.23 740.73 1.05 831.13 427.506.885.42 158.713.86 1.608 26.982.512 2.246 1.09 131.016.974 47.887 114.368 443.014 2.18 170.604 989 29.37 Street Lighting 4.77 254.78 Grand Total 7.241 57.88 1.180.01 21.205 2.996.56 1.787.47 2.464.549 –  6 543.942 52.90 1.50 10.25 10.30 138.315.08 47.040 27.27 2.88 119.35 847.088.35 320.739.51 1.274.31 129.02 1.17 33.969.020.50 74.831 3.64 100.

1 250.1 8.9 6.9 1.5 0.2 Domestic Government Industry Other 119.5 664.772 4.8 1.470 164.589 5.8 0.668.4 33.4 2008 275.2 1.5 53.7 4.4 … 12.1 0.997 3.072.7 117.6 6.315.2 0.2 6.5 2.7 7.1 35.5 1.9 11.61 Eastern Northern Southern Central Western 2009 2010 123.7 13.1 965.942 85.7 268. Mn.1 294.8 57.5 31 18 18 18 0.8 4.3 8.7 473.7 162.0 2.478.4 1.3 2.041.1 5.8 24.299 159.707 9.258.2 0.5 2010 Table 6.1 804.240.5 8.4 1.2 37.7 37.547.1 4.9 45.2 0.0 0.6 5.4 165.1 231.4 302.0 15.5 52.6 0.118 3.4 8.020.5 289.1 978.5 4.6 0.1 561.691 153.820 29.9 1.926 8.565.4 98.7 … 14.270 10.4 593.1 0.4 114.8 1.7 2.11 Quantity of Water (m3 Mn.048.0 21.855 654.1 0.1 8.9 9.681 8.583 138.8 … 12.1 1.6 2007 262.0 37.083 5.5 0.413.8 40.4 155.863.8 Total Domestic Government Industry Other Total Domestic Government Industry Other Total Domestic Government Industry Other 112.5 30.3 25.3 13.567 19.6 5.2 7.7 3.8 455.7 1.9 2 3 2 4 … … … … 0.4 0.259 29.7 13.4 86.5 772.3 0.3 240.437 1.4 31.6 6.1 105.4 27.139.1 11.5 14.556 1.370.6 346.846 3.600 1.6 16.4 27.0 193.631 6.5 314.983 9.7 6.9 100.689 69.9 238.0 8.3 2010 257.0 15.1 10.2 0.1 12.2 7.1 90.033 48.356.141 128.8 1.2 714.1 41.8 934.8 822 830 846 913 0.270 627.540.3 80.4 5.203.6 28.0 13.695.7 0.2 141.8 5.736 4.4 1.0 1.…) 513.076.716 11.8 0.5 1.5 23.4 2008 5.3 10.2 4.5 184.8 83.3 27.5 1.1 57.9 2.0 54.0 113.0 55.3 139.675 575.7 1.004 4.3 179.1 2008 450.975.4 22.7 421.8 174.6 303.2 19.8 78.2 124.435 5.1 252.3 21.6 39.0 146 141 147 153 0.997 74.3 252.392.2 2007 567.3 80.281 23.7 112.646 Water – Consumers.5 84.3 Total 153.7 2009 517.0 11.4 595.308 175.6 302.3 5.1 12.063.2 1.199 1.8 0.6 83 75 75 72 … … … … 1.5 21.5 1.164 3.5 0.2 179.7 9.4 29.5 421.024 90.061 95.5 525.1 8.372 600.7 162.465 0.029 139.2 0.8 8.0 3.8 0.663 188.9 1.376.9 2009 128.3 65.3 10.3 8. Consumption and Revenue by Province 2007 – 2010 Domestic Government Industry Other Province \ Year Industry .3 5.8 35.414 148.367 50.3 32.1 49.5 64.6 0.7 143.287 893 834 0.7 36.2 77.5 414.7 1.4 143.8 5.1 49.863.8 15.) Total 2007 No.0 20.6 232.5 4.228 3.2 49.7 1.0 4.7 1.3 1.834.7 10.0 53. Mn.601 4.) Revenue Collected (Rs.6 453.8 772.9 34.537 546.1 1.3 53.588 191.5 22.9 2010 2.4 2008 420.4 771.2 0.304.169 11.456.2 172.1 9.5 676 728 791 871 1.393 10.8 53.417.1 31.217 3.549 172.0 118.4 0.7 298.4 1.2 909.6 2.1 109.199 81.7 295.4 223.2 22.7 514.6 1.9 48.1 126.339.8 97 93 92 98 0.300.7 23.2 141.0 821.5 2007 54.1 0.852 599.5 576.858 9.6 8.8 4.833.2 8.0 83.8 2.1 2009 (Contd.3 3.483 350 345 334 333 47.0 187.3 2. of Consumers 516.1 83.2 37.1 0.3 608.4 2.456 1.9 919.) Revenue Billed (Rs.6 115.669 2.6 1.8 277.550 203.4 2.8 13.1 337.1 1.1 1.505 50.8 0.250.4 1.4 8.1 12.3 119.621 176.599 1.8 26.

449 417 2009 Table 6.1 166.603 376 Domestic Government Industry Other 163 3.178 1.9 6.5 2010 1. of Consumers Water – Consumers.8 196.9 1.870 5.3 289.7 1.6 93.5 74.2 55.9 10.3 7.8 824 777 742 738 1.818 4.5 2010 7.7 290.9 74.6 87.7 75.2 1.5 59.0 143.3 38.906 6.1 6.892 1.2 239.7 0.713 36.597 28.6 3.803 43.9 2.2 2008 Source : National Water Supply & Drainage Board 7.9 160.044 56.9 9.573 Total 44.5 8.363 62.8 52.944.4 61.1 28.9 269.4 3.453.1 3.4 97.0 223.248.4 56.846 65.2 10.6 9.3 0.812 94.1 30.9 1.1 115.8 0.7 0.2 Domestic Government Industry Other 1.) Revenue Billed (Rs.1 2.3 113.3 19.7 547.1 64.3 31.4 719 748 787 827 1.851 50.328 2007 Province \ Year Industry .669 50.1 89.078.1 77.6 300.7 8.5 32.9 90.1 197.4 11.5 36.6 1.8 84.9 2.9 0 45.331.8 1.6 Total Domestic Government Industry Other Total Domestic Government Industry Other Total Domestic Government Industry Other 24.2 107.133.8 95 91 100 105 … … … … 0.418.2 229.3 12.2 2009 6.962 99.8 … 82.3 2.411.1 1.9 124.1 14.669 62.1 131.8 79.8 215.5 29.176 188.9 0 0 1 1 0 0 … 0.501.0 1.3 … 3.186.7 7.9 143.1 421.8 … 121.429.0 243.9 372.5 1.7 0.7 4.62 … Negligible Total Sabaragamuwa Uva North Central North Western Total 7.3 2.3 63.4 119.6 3 3 3 6 … … … … … 6.6 2010 7.422.7 2.322 59.488.206 8.6 63.5 3.1 108.8 113.539 5.9 3.4 208.5 87.487.0 109.3 2008 5.4 2008 8.931 1.7 0.830.8 203.2 78.006 6.8 29.119.6 2007 5.1 5.1 256.684 117 3.2 2.6 59.751.8 1. Consumption and Revenue by Province 2007 – 2010 (Contd.2 5.3 1.5 1.8 8.0 39.467.3 40.4 70.313 1.7 104.3 0.1 … 75.6 169.4 2.0 74.5 132.6 3.3 237.2 118.) 57.9 2.3 1.7 0.4 85.1 70.470 149 3.172.121 69.392.8 77.8 4.9 228.157 52.3 19.636 1.6 7.6 322.3 58.771 9.0 364.707 55.7 193.683.322 6.685 448 2010 144.495.5 339.133 6.813 30.875.8 1.0 46.4 2007 33.496.225 2.8 1.2 62.3 2.8 82.9 17.5 11.364 32.2 90.0 301.040 89.5 455.9 112.8 96.8 139.5 2009 6.1 48.579 10.5 1.0 227.5 1.637 4.4 94.4 1.1 0 4.11 Quantity of Water (m3 Mn.551 8.9 10.026 55.780.9 107.166.979 6.681.6 86.8 204.3 65.7 92.340 66. Mn.6 30.2 216.7 17.1 4.6 50.7 70.6 2.3 75.2 2.8 1.6 1.178 49.9 8.6 9.264 11.3 11.4 1.3 675 717 752 809 1.7 0.5 62.448.656 4.0 11.561 48.9 3.2 77.2 32.5 44.7 582 605 634 640 0.7 96.8 1.8 26.) Revenue Collected (Rs.7 2.1 322.5 1.0 255.3 976.546.7 120.347 101 3.4 147.3 34.328 1.353.7 1.9 450.9 0 45.5 2007 285.9 361.755.8 … 3.947 … 3.4 165.1 91.535.6 1.4 2009 9. Mn.381 62.2 4.624 56.5 12.8 102.427.3 109.7 303.467.4 192.3 58.2 121.8 407.1 206.7 104.0 54.7 67.078.040 42.790.8 5.415.9 1.8 13.555 1.5 28.6 0.4 3.5 501.0 64.0 1.8 1.2 … 124.4 0 47.6 1.1 65.266.8 2.018 51.8 267.9 309.7 1.848 3.3 1.5 97.6 0.2 55.936 9.6 107.3 … 3.138 9.4 119.544 394 2008 No.3 225.8 12.) 134.3 206.4 155.0 261.037 1.142.1 56.5 132.2 9.7 31.

266 1.348 27.132 6.071 86.766 23.756 431.o.551 1.875 3.925 10.135 1.547 10.617 519.). Rubber and Plastic Products 30. Beverages and Tobacco Products 12.866 7.564 26.671 454.096 207.644 Paper.880 33.389 18.195 13.085 31.950 2.606 6.332 302.383 76.515 280.726 24.466 5.341 26.793 6.227 13.537 22.005 9.983 27.677 2.917 16.737 62.173 14.809 17.082 8.270 451.850 6.128 23.652 1.997 9.051 238.755 336.771 Employment (End December) Food.605 390.924 24.570 13.586 9.158 Chemicals.678 2.852 4.304 307.318 4.530 461.441 6.296 295.814 275.714 1.448 13.268 30.114 20.164 25.448 29. Paper Products.493 29.12 2001 – 2010 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009(a) 2010(b) 15.385 2.Industry Board of Investment (BOI) Enterprises Industrial Category Table 6.344 39.755 1.136 35.464 38.930 481. Coal.987 69. Mn.024 2.917 46. Paper Products.304 239.635 23.761 15.234 301.449 32.199 7. Petroleum.644 391.880 31.647 80.741 4.112 14.195 12.471 27.092 3.126 14.165 477.698 410.934 458.118 31. Beverages and Tobacco Products Textile.502 298.609 15.519 1. Rubber and Plastic Products Non-Metallic Mineral Products Fabricated Metal.382 23.593 (a) Revised (b) Provisional 26.282 42. Printing & Publishing 845 1.402 9.668 Fabricated Metal.876 7.608 80.338 1.989 388.614 8.125 15.618 29.730 1.983 21.716 27.340 433.106 1.857 1.144 33.423 31.625 35.385 2.605 2. Machinery & Transport Equipment 2.223 25.522 230.947 32.047 40.598 13.089 43.912 296.385 17.813 28.730 Wood and Wood Products Chemicals.104 3.943 4.221 Gross Export Earnings (f.882 6.879 35. Wearing Apparel and Leather Products 174.494 23.034 416.050 437.560 37.675 4.309 302.587 1.199 22.851 421.120 Paper.505 51. Food.091 12.850 64.428 83. Rs.493 13.174 Source : Board of Investment of Sri Lanka 63 .608 36. Coal.953 52.888 271.655 1.179 278.679 Wood and Wood Products 421 756 1.209 275.696 27.239 9.485 14. Machinery & Transport Equipment Manufactured Products (Not Elsewhere Specified) Services (includes Agriculture) Total 2.166 11.560 13.094 18.299 28.381 18.907 13.345 17.617 27.548 1.745 34.440 497. Wearing Apparel and Leather Products 257.740 7.552 34.277 Textile.236 14.701 192.364 55. Petroleum.455 18.189 13.612 68.179 25.259 25.822 2.621 33.443 30.065 2.581 43.004 200.668 1.170 260.b.511 2. Printing & Publishing 1.267 Non-Metallic Mineral Products Manufactured Products (Not Elsewhere Specified) Services and Infrastructure Total 9.703 1.508 296.

8 1.2 3.737.1 3.3 3.3 869.608.586.106.151.023.831.5 2.303.275.7 847.5 11.0 107.0 1.293.0 106.801.277.4 4.641.8 1.5 2.5 176.139.500.007.747.9 2.315.7 24.9 11.592.1 2.482.099.8 Furnishing.7 126.244.2 –  –  9.0 11.0 971.6 2.2 156.627.483.9 3.3 –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  Percentage Change Colombo Consumers’   Price Index (2002=100) (b) All Items (Average) Percentage Change 14.2 2.2 1.2 3.9 127.592.8 4.4 2.684.7 140.689.109.881.171.9 -4.6 8.338.7 178.126.276.4 1.951.3 124.143.3 7.1 2.6 124.2 2.752.3 168.8 972.6 941.4 174.1 6.086.3 234.327.893.632.9 926.7 107.726.8 100.2 1.628.4 815.2 3.5 3.3 Education –  100.477.0 4.6 121.844.3 133.7 109.8 112.865.797.5 5.8 1. Gas and Other Fuels –  100.2 165.2 176.955.4 –  –  Sub Indices Food Clothing Fuel and Light Rent Miscellaneous 3.247.281.263.1 1.3 5.7 4.138.109.1 3.2 6.077.693.4 4.0 3.7 7. (b) Introduced in November 2007.4 678.0 1.8 2.2 3.093.1 1.226.7 1.8 2.1 219.8 219.284.5 3.167.4 1.2 3.4 1.6 3.4 3.701.542.010.7 6.0 781.0 168.8 152.608.3 8.4 213.436.0 106.5 4.854.019.412.6 1.589.242.1 146.577.7 134.282.3 696.9 1.053.735.315.874.4 141.3 (a) Discontinued from May 2008.9 22.1 1.391.685.6 Sub Indices Food and Non-Alcoholic Beverages –  100.942.407.0 1.785.7 2.418.068.0 1.4 4.426.7 3.101.4 1.7 1.896.525.1 240.1 3.232.6 227.0 Recreation and Culture –  100.7 6.443.703.5 119.096.8 109.7 –  –  5.1 2.6 226.134.1 Health –  100.7 109.9 5.7 135.653.6 5.3 1.664.328.7 171.365.9 1.7 125.5 3.305.015.221.929.2 1.924.0 107.5 235.922.869.0 11.222.9 2.8 1.6 119.8 5.8 109.796.3 5.010.998.085.8 3.8 –  –  3.254.4 24.1 1.590.5 1.5 163.0 113.8 4.9 1.9 2.8 1.591.0 800.7 2.3 4.1 3.1 117.1 3.5 3.8 5.2 1.6 119.5 1.006.5 1.5 117.023.136.3 180.441.8 1.978.7 4.2 2001 – 2010 2004 2005 1974=100 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 1.0 161.109.2 4.612.397.373.7 154.462.525.5 984.6 7.0 123.497.200.2 1.610.0 6.7 141.0 112. Electricity.682.525.4 168.7 3.142.8 6.4 3.131.055.9 Sources : Dept.4 4.115.067.3 3. Water.8 109.594.5 156.4 2.0 3.9 124.3 Clothing and Footwear –  100.6 1.8 1.1 15.7 3.493.7 10.006.8 2.8 953.8 109.0 5.9 1.6 128.8 642.0 1.8 2.942.8 107.0 1.098.8 4.572.4 154.8 10.156.1 1.733.698.6 2.2 3.6 1.8 1.6 100.629.942.8 1.5 974.9 3.612.1 1.4 645.6 5.198.105.7 3.0 3.6 1.8 1.6 2.0 645.855.2 2.9 2.2 2.1 2009 2010 Colombo Consumers’ Price Index (1952=100) (a) All Items (Average) 2.899.798.1 2.9 3.387.5 163.0 2.9 3.8 240.Prices and Wages Consumer Price Indices Item 2001 Table 7.351.4 227.610.537.8 Housing.547.6 5.9 2.395.2 4.1 7.2 Transport –  100.525.1 107.3 6.4 3.281.8 –  –  199.416.1 7.9 Source : Central Bank of Sri Lanka 64 .0 107.608.001.5 1.0 194.3 3.1 108.118.4 4.8 163.3 1.679.471.640.0 13.795.7 1.6 1.4 984.8 109.0 4.3 2.548.1 1.579.033.360.8 768.937.8 109. H/H Equipment and Routing Maintenance of the House –  100.4 4.4 120.9 654.9 1.6 950.9 922.0 10.649.3 9.526.4 1.0 2.5 4.3 1.0 113.0 Miscellaneous Goods and Services –  100.2 747.of Census and Statistics Central Bank of Sri Lanka Wholesale Price Index –  2001 2002 2003 Table 7.889.9 114.405.4 2.4 1.6 3.087.0 101.6 3.1 1.7 995.5 1.589.377.987.0 1.022.105.6 115.2 1. Item All Items (Average) Percentage Change Commodity-wise Sub Indices Food Alcoholic Drinks Textile & Footwear Paper Products Chemicals & Chemical Products Petroleum Products Non-Metallic Products Metal Products Transport Equipment Electrical Appliances & Supplies Machinery Fuel & Light Miscellaneous Sector-wise Sub Indices Domestic Import Export Consumer Intermediate Investment –  206.192.392.0 2.797.8 4.0 17.5 1.2 3.0 111.2 1.3 –  –  909.8 1.674.454.3 1.1 2001 – 2010 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 3.176.0 11.4 795.8 896.3 105.9 1.5 1.244.5 820.6 –  –  109.4 8.161.5 128.914.1 9.1 667.3 140.479.1 113.787.2 206.298.238.6 1.6 111.869.5 8.3 977.8 1.2 2.343.309.579.0 100.545.6 3.0 1.1 119.867.3 2.8 1.8 13.0 102.2 1.3 Communication –  100.5 3.0 1.1 115.1 12.865.0 104.5 131.8 7.6 2.674.2 8.8 121.3 1.026.5 11.2 3.8 238.5 1.5 2.872.6 7.4 5.2 1.6 1.7 140.392.9 1.1 3.344.1 2.225.1 2.929.

7 96.8 4.1 18.021.2 2.8 137.6 9.008.8 26.2 100.157.3 8.220.4 697.2 4.4 11.5 3.5 130.558.4 103.8 109.087.2 1.8 7.6 1.6 103.8 109.718.0 1.5 8.1 0.2 14.7 223.8 109.6 1.4 3.6 950.674.9 821.1 10.8 109.482.6 1.8 3.4 4.3 872.3 128.7 1.9 419.1 0.115.2 126.5 324.4 723.4 109.4 1.9 909.590.9 2.8 100.6 2.131.318.1 2.9 767.0 610.2 127.8 104.5 101.752.4 185.0 884.4 1.4 220.3 127.610.1 327.0 3.6 1.591.2 103.899.7 3.5 263.3 117.0 10.3 598.0 105.9 150.6 208.0 102.4 293.8 109.7 117.7 15.8 109.3 339.8 14.8 109.8 109.7 795.527.1 474.7 6.366.3 108.7 6.2 5.8 109.2 9.6 11.815.8 2.6 147.8 109.3 9.8 109.5 138.8 252.9 126.7 6.7 2.8 109.4 506.8 345.644.6 1.377.4 4.1 830.0 652.1 1.592.5 101.7 121.0 7.0 3.5 166.5 101.7 496.2 124.332.660.5 169.8 109.9 136.2 678.327.3 2.539.8 109.8 208.9 165.6 12.2 12.9 3.6 3.5 101.0 802.2 118.726.7 1.198.8 109.654.0 10.9 164.5 400.8 112.8 109.8 113.1 130.978.802.8 109.934.2 2.176.131.7 803.026.9 257.3 128.5 101.5 12.7 399.8 490.5 108.1 1.0 265.768.282.4 3.5 122.8 109.9 5.7 4.8 3.4 984.8 109.798.0 852.7 8.9 1.3 6.055.8 124.4 1.9 524.9 5.0 106.1 112.0 1.490.8 106.315.7 2.303.Prices and Wages Table 7.3 Source : Department of Census and Statistics 65 .4 7.8 109.2 141.9 103.2 112.4 3.8 109.5 1.9 238.2 -1.3 863.7 742.098.8 99.6 129.319.3 Colombo Consumers’ Price Index 1958 – 2007 1952=100 Year All Items Change Food Clothing Fuel & light Rent Miscellaneous (%) 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 105.328.7 17.2 11.8 744.338.641.8 13.090.1 204.5 563.9 3.9 2.929.1 308.3 1.0 103.8 198.9 9.9 136.7 204.131.730.5 186.9 2.143.7 95.8 178.7 203.3 1.1 2.8 3.1 1.3 145.4 3.2 169.2 127.994.3 202.392.3 -0.0 1.1 2.2 211.2 1.7 4.6 101.7 1.9 203.1 95.9 108.8 291.5 101.096.4 224.5 101.5 262.284.8 109.8 109.9 816.4 641.535.8 109.2 606.4 416.589.334.5 105.2 189.5 101.1 140.408.416.4 2.7 1.322.3 191.1 103.3 116.5 974.7 104.6 21.5 169.8 6.244.1 147.3 237.2 2.8 121.8 226.146.7 14.336.7 1.3 114.0 11.6 5.6 139.8 109.3 87.260.872.4 1.2 239.795.6 6.6 1.8 2.4 4.4 599.1 2.8 109.1 3.4 1.4 4.8 109.0 1.1 203.519.7 100.2 231.3 200.6 1.6 7.7 650.497.089.4 102.7 120.8 109.8 109.067.4 3.7 101.4 107.8 252.3 109.1 2.8 109.8 844.0 163.2 1.107.7 1.2 374.1 2.695.2 375.1 153.1 561.578.1 115.5 4.6 1.3 7.8 109.8 109.4 105.5 104.8 109.1 433.2 257.3 318.8 109.4 2.8 109.4 1.5 112.8 273.6 3.7 377.8 109.5 101.358.9 133.6 450.8 5.800.0 1.6 782.6 13.5 92.347.5 101.0 16.4 5.8 145.632.8 109.252.1 1.0 598.2 553.906.6 860.9 2.2 227.

31 47.84 53.33 14.73 47.30 434.63 313.00 159.06 8.44 148. each Coconut Oil.49 70.50 119. kg.40 122.20 473.70 72.16 32.37 59.10 426.75 722.76 400.30 332.80 31.50 133.02 216.93 45.50 66 2010(a) 75.28 68.39 61.36 678.27 334.79 323.37 99.55 6.38 328.99 332.43 14.12 198.41 159.51 199.71 158.68 265.70 47.64 520.02 103.28 112.29 132.56 71.88 254.14 71.95 184.99 426.67 519.66 175.23 492.49 43.30 109.56 62.95 24.12 257.30 135.83 28.97 71.38 38.60 738.36 106.99 83.93 623.60 230.14 267.60 25.78 13.00 188.12 62.52 71.14 407.99 245.20 76.18 69.60 24.38 131.58 250.98 29.00 310.54 – 171.15 127.10 219.02 118.Parawa Skip Jack .23 32.49 41.55 56.42 177.86 90.60 102.92 11.40 256.09 125.70 20.86 356.11 30.30 291.57 478.65 46.43 105.44 ( Contd.10 286.73 233.07 49.17 30.70 119.75 71.16 160.45 71.16 83.37 129.95 408.37 6.83 239.26 13.00 65.43 20.60 293.46 138.57 69.97 288.81 15.22 248.Mora Sardine .72 279.50 297.47 4.20 906.81 521.41 32.89 306.47 204.70 56. kg.70 342.96 62.98 265.57 39.70 139.01 236.52 79.91 75.59 7.75 58.25 223.14 10.23 133.43 79.32 12.72 38.00 136.67 182.81 13.07 17.90 213.89 8.97 25.31 10.27 320.88 178.34 140.42 219.29 62.84 31.41 60.50 46.51 75. 750 ml 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 Rupees 2008 2009 32.11 46.54 204.25 264.30 33.45 541. Red Onion Cummin Seed Fennel Seed Mathe Seed Cinnamon Quills Coconut Coconut (Medium).00 90. Seer .70 29.35 91.33 13.05 10.84 5.14 47.24 66.17 23.23 20.Balaya Tuna .21 173.13 407.15 83.38 60.47 – – 202.97 101.41 543.64 144.45 64.22 688.24 13. kg.89 63.81 288.53 70.Thora Trevally .53 13.08 23.46 292.35 302.45 45.95 416. kg.57 214.Kelawalla Shark .Thora Shark .03 29.90 37.57 27.67 365.90 85.58 582.96 91.22 117.79 484.21 156.47 159.29 68.24 285.00 62.32 6.66 182.56 229.35 19.23 5.11 15.24 193.34 91.02 64.45 65.11 7.98 76.49 17.77 73.62 243.60 109.65 66.62 333.14 49.13 54.48 357.56 286.08 121.40 113.72 11.19 308.62 772.79 – – 119.21 7.26 169.61 50.37 101.60 64.04 215.00 58.41 65.17 52.84 240.29 214.41 114.92 14.80 189.51 102.79 36.91 167.94 196.30 90.65 15.46 168.55 134.74 55.49 115.58 73.79 222.44 468.97 51.06 32.96 67.62 8.87 – 147.98 71.20 294.89 204.57 346.48 44.62 87.90 67.10 25.60 102.28 31.58 456.52 80.49 82.81 62.94 86.06 38.26 40.78 107.89 7.10 35.51 14.62 57.47 131.81 35.37 197.26 35.90 139.43 15.42 14.61 109.76 22.83 256.76 114.4 Average Retail Prices of Selected Consumer Items 2001 – 2010 Item Rice.49 76. Samba (Highest) Par Boiled (Highest) Kekulu (Highest) Up Country Vegetables.24 66.05 7.39 486.97 138.18 311.60 90.) .Balaya Queen Fish .56 61.18 209.80 78.15 50.01 160.20 141.76 316.52 16.53 22.06 – – – 76.44 62.82 51.39 34.51 199.98 310.00 99.99 201.33 217.86 58.36 863.12 101.16 77.81 164.94 34.14 309.31 136.51 12.84 330.86 152.34 150.71 171.34 90.12 138.26 7.19 74.83 7.67 521.27 105.90 58.78 225.85 487.84 451.45 74.57 260.88 292.Mysore Dhal .61 63.78 67.00 14.70 14.28 455.24 46.34 76.52 214.47 157.39 27.98 69.12 134.03 110.04 200.40 420. kg.42 51.64 568.39 – 398.65 21.91 315.18 124.24 26.61 52.28 60.34 73.70 48.82 154.14 33.70 28.65 102.51 81.70 145.81 157.60 11.45 211.43 44.63 36.55 37.24 228.40 24.22 130.77 22.70 34.65 26.36 26.32 142.67 52.66 227.67 49.82 342.86 115.30 321.40 67.20 81. kg. Potatoes Manioc Sweet Potatoes Meat and Eggs.00 28.88 64.21 57.10 25.80 239.08 322.97 61.36 320.18 46.96 737.09 52.24 153.94 8.78 99.86 115.41 185.26 52.70 30.30 420.04 13.60 163.16 72.68 360.55 84.44 – – 58.47 548.10 47.50 172.84 49.55 90.56 64.12 37.81 59.54 7.10 34.91 108. (425g) Tinned Fish (Delmege) Tinned Fish (Captain) Tinned Fish (CWE) Pulses.77 177.94 92.08 32.63 282.06 9.64 63.41 114.40 48.03 43.34 24.15 89.45 76.41 54.63 134.56 337. Beef (without bones) Mutton (with bones) Pork Chicken (Ordinary) Eggs (Farm) Sea Fish.25 532.Salaya Dried Fish.79 86.92 76.87 161. kg.14 220.38 220.20 111.80 972.62 205.75 16.86 12.59 268.17 328.39 594.89 56.Kattawa Sprats Canned and Preserved Fish.21 61.58 20. Green Gram Dhal .44 271.00 448.85 31.81 260.45 144.59 164.96 693.19 44.79 81.63 666.06 101.68 94. Beans Carrot Beet Root Cabbage Leeks Low Country Vegetables.16 381. kg.14 48.68 22.06 156.43 124.62 178.66 60.02 35.67 68.71 20.10 149.53 90.66 16.26 25.26 79.21 367.42 50.93 11.75 308.76 611.18 187.85 335.57 93.10 175.08 395.10 473.09 45.10 96.61 429. kg.86 100.28 704.38 415.98 67.60 7.70 446.65 154.25 160.10 763.96 91.Mora Skip Jack .48 78.37 330. Dried Chillies Pepper Tamarind Coriander Turmeric (Dried) Garlic Washed Salt (Pkt) Chillie Powder (100g) Raw Ginger Spices.67 15.08 309. Seer .63 62.69 198.80 41.22 35.35 25.93 41.90 77.06 24.36 75.53 42.05 172.25 51.45 728.37 158.63 371.86 32.68 220.42 60.62 49.07 40.34 297.88 92.Kadala (c) Barley Cowpea (Best) Kurakkan Seeds Ulundu Seeds Condiments.73 6.37 81.72 65.00 132.35 38.22 498.09 78.02 23.61 43.45 28. kg.14 7.30 71.38 4.80 130.86 387.Prices and Wages Table 7.00 45.89 73.52 61.68 238.44 133.40 482.44 101.63 203.37 274. Pumpkin Brinjals Capsicum Limes Leafy Vegetables Spinach (Nivithi) (b) Mukunuwenna (b) Kan-kun (b) Gotukola (b) Katuru Murunga (b) Yams.34 407.95 54.36 317.86 88.58 22.07 694.87 14.11 63.89 34.84 39.49 103.14 44.60 8.99 54.71 79.16 21.24 94.48 173.21 141.04 20.68 242.16 86.70 38.

32 129.80 51.76 Poplin .56 33.Ambul (d) 30.76 79.38 204. kg.47 164.82 107.85 73.58 128.97 14.41 54.70 71.40 181.) 69.38 11.78 Fire Wood.60 Jam (Woodapple) MD (485g) – 82.15 30.08 181.89 31.09 162.23 11. 1 metre 198.27 Ice-Cream (Highland) 1 Litre Tobacco and Tobacco Products.33 273. Jaggery & Treacle 37.35 820.48 17.79 61.44 Fresh Milk (Dairy).45 2.77 Marmite (115g) 46.762.60 43.08 25.19 52.73 18.01 4.19 149.52 149.44 42.95 23.4 Average Retail Prices of Selected Consumer Items 2001 – 2010 (Contd.21 51.73 93.40 37.10 LP Gas (Cylinder .70 7.23 7. to bundles in 2003 to reflect the market conditions.63 21.64 86.44 40.15 56.66 4.99 40.43 39.54 Batteries (Eveready) – 2.42 99. (c) From 1996 average price replaced with Dhal Local (Yellow).16 200.27 316.61 45.24 150.60 String Hopper (each) Other Cereal Preparation 18. each – – 22.18 1.71 51.06 76.47 206.68 38.02 103.58 1.43 21.27 208.90 52.45 2.38 196.12 211.35 Margarine (Astra) (250g) 65.Jaffna 6.00 Sunlight (each) 54.82 217.21 20.99 844.75 111.33 162.52 128.89 105.96 28.49 6.38 92.24 156.61 Butter (Anchor) 50.42 43.20 11.Prices and Wages Table 7.25 592.96 20.37 35.76 282.67 Soya Meat (Delmege) (90g) Non-Alcoholic Beverages 11.66 149.81 31.36 16.50 648.16 128.31 165.27 37.59 150.35 2.06 29.72 82.10 41.59 150.66 38.55 120.59 301.78 5.42 6.63 3.88 186.67 94.69 13.18 44.17 139.53 168.28 4.99 34.73 142.) Item 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Rupees 2009 2010(a) Fruits.56 106.) 70.19 28.30 27.80 162.93 60.08 94.22 35.39 39.54 97.49 45.09 100.62 88.38 1.58 127.25 79.59 56.15 88.689.81 453.55 88.67 7.97 Cordial (Passion Fruit) (750ml) – 3.52 30.43 24.25 55.28 10.88 Orange Barley (400ml) 11.13 8.12 211. 50 kg.93 15.82 85.52 6.60 179.58 155.46 107.53 22.79 Sugar (White) (kg.36 762.84 15.20 54.73 Plain Tea (1 Cup) (a) Provisional (b) Unit of these items was changed from kg.47 51.77 179.03 163.97 39.48 21.39 19.07 9.72 241.48 2.54 70.49 6.43 89.45 200.57 491.36 Banana .11 74.64 37.94 120.) Preserved Food 11.30 Butter (Milco) Sugar.82 180.55 Chewing Tobacco .81 25.41 9.76 389.80 32.25 27. 2.90 397.75 26.79 249.50 22.19 63.35 99.47 29.80 47.69 192.25 13.38 27.43 46.74 85.53 65.43 268.87 1.53 32.97 111.88 160.13 160.45 22.57 259.79 18.63 223.12 165.) 144.00 Kurakkan Flour (400g) – 22.19 35.45 26.84 29.26 122.12 182.89 25.32 2.64 2.94 229.05 27.75 – – – Jaggery .62 21.90 461.23 103.40 338.Kitul (kg.80 50.51 413.20 729.05 9. Each 526.50 12.90 3.56 48.22 55.510.69 41.94 4.48 27.41 2.87 80.45 175.46 176.23 24.30 24.03 274.38 93.02 25.82 515.70 55.31 43.09 49.77 54.71 101.71 130.15 258.45 257.68 210. 750 ml 210.66 72. each 36.29 51.85 42.76 121.28 2.65 192.18 66.14 34.19 78.14 1.66 133.66 184.27 Batteries (Laxapahana) 19.26 164. in 2007.62 75.62 11.Coconut (kg.96 274.32 1.87 306.84 64.80 157.96 43.96 Rice Flour (400g) Fats & Oil 149. tablet 12.Sugarcane (kg.04 26.39 227.78 1.29 2.44 203.53 73.04 443.61 85.72 150.18 Milk Maid (397g) – 93.56 21.73 Papadam (Pkt) 67.00 32.55 152.04 31.Local.48 5.79 183.30 214.50 118.88 60.04 Dates (kg.43 2.60 234.13 kg.88 629.67 269.72 275.34 94. 67 Source : Central Bank of Sri Lanka .47 117.41 208.00 2.42 149.35 61.56 215.21 – – – Jaggery .21 Soya Oil (Turkey) (Ltr) 46.13 23.17 189.30 1.75 Wheat Flour (kg.12 6.43 Lakspray (500g) 106.10 875.22 317.) Batteries (Each) 19.79 20.93 101.55 145.31 Sarees.36 22.17 497.12 22.84 20.98 302.48 172.31 3.40 69.03 22.65 Lactogen (half) (400g) 121.42 292.58 304.40 332.68 6.25 56.44 2.16 124.23 10.21 278.98 178.36 6.36 23.97 106.46 Anchor (400g) 121.00 74.55 189.27 707.93 35.65 185.22 17.00 144.36 29.66 80.51 21.79 150.52 30.42 31.59 31.) 56.21 25.25 233.97 116.01 157.12 2.49 55.50 72.14 2.32 274.50 59.98 32.76 58.72 3.39 2.95 274.75 25. (65g) Fuel and Light 19. each 453.) 149.89 28.39 45.85 132.05 42.35 91.18 2.62 127.16 390.41 Candles (each) Bakery Products 8.19 51.23 32.38 45.14 277.16 152.00 Nespray (400g) – 66.53 145.83 678.37 – – – – 67.16 25.70 16.35 268.59 Sovereign Bar.26 315.15 13.15 128.92 4.08 19.51 65.09 52.26 160.61 93.10 18.66 165.141.04 3.49 137.med.55 41.21 69.54 121.69 – – 60.52 29.71 233.89 14.82 99.71 105.89 Safety Matches.90 Tea (BOP) 328.Kolikuttu (d) 2.99 314.18 135.) 5.55 248.36 73.59 164.86 25.71 Signal Toothpaste .) Milk Foods and Beverages.67 22.20 27.27 84.77 13.51 Pineapple (Murusi) (1 kg.51 505.69 31.13 226.52 – – – – Jaggery .40 997.61 243.80 81. (d) Unit of these items was changed from fruit each to kg.74 187. 1 litre 136.20 Jam (Woodapple) Kist (454g) 81.45 338.14 133.88 33.56 46.81 22.30 37.19 Sarongs.07 29.11 19. Bar Soap (each) 14.01 118.12 349.79 25.95 31.63 2.30 63.53 22.41 Banana .01 7.01 Fanta (300ml) 111.54 Lactogen (full) (400g) 98.22 Rexona/Lux (each) 23.16 34.07 2.53 2.41 Papow (kg.12 17.36 Coffee Powder (kg) 101.94 95.63 34.25 351.51 143.90 106.01 179.37 3.85 111.43 140.53 2.25 53.61 10.47 Hopper (each) – 1.35 87.16 Bread (loaf) Cereal Preparations (bought from outside) – 3.38 Kerosene.74 17.15 45.83 27.85 16.24 530.21 8.19 29.72 23.76 202.10 120.41 128.30 9.88 Cigarettes – Bristol Clothing 55.45 12.85 59. each Soap.51 43.51 31.80 74.76 127.44 16. 19.04 177.01 83.

97 102.11 126.27 104.81 Balaya 419.94 53.46 58.48 64.12 51.59 96.66 89.88 49.09 586.75 435.97 519.73 84.20 155.00 337.91 Tomatoes 90.57 104.96 102.27 47.12 14.13 79.43 56.73 Dried Chillies 214.86 33.77 98.49 104.71 76.93 49.61 123.11 213..13 86.78 99.79 146.57 80.93 95.98 82.55 509.19 141.18 48.88 83.57 92.12 109.87 22.76 81.24 52.84 59.64 76.91 41.64 119.57 52.00 51.93 49.40 74.13 63.74 82.42 73.56 47.54 259.83 71.13 308.95 75.74 73.31 76.20 56.28 93.60 169.24 Rice Kekulu 64.31 93.48 55.23 60.96 84.22 59.95 75.13 212.63 69.99 165.21 Kelawalla 540.92 60.77 62.56 442.03 95.86 46.84 199.78 540.95 15.53 61.69 535.13 296.97 53.19 121.57 69.57 77.54 86.46 156.87 60.23 93.77 30.5 Average Retail Prices of Selected Food Items by Provinces 2009 and 2010 Rs.52 65.52 160.91 76.25 86.48 28.57 158.26 15.31 167.00 72.41 102.40 55.62 69.74 94.61 10.97 52.60 63.74 58.24 62.91 101.99 Eggs (Each) 10.02 427.50 50.16 20.22 29.17 10.92 81.19 61.19 68.38 59.18 49.77 65.78 97.98 20.11 80.82 91.83 21.45 55.98 198.88 166.19 96.13 163.95 52.56 59.33 84.25 29.23 14.76 58.02 63.31 62.97 201.80 90.96 123.13 99.99 178. Item Western Central Southern Northern Eastern North North Uva Western Central Sabara- All gamuwa Island 2009 Ash Plantains 65.89 73.47 212.88 208.16 46.60 86.63 95.13 94.41 108.98 97.95 57.32 92.38 69.79 89.51 93.96 14.99 163.15 50.10 99.43 99.39 85.92 401.19 101.33 14.54 226.08 49.64 84.57 203.37 57.54 504.75 30.51 72.48 204.32 Snake gourd 56.44 62.01 64.08 114.09 10.03 91.80 379.99 73.61 99.65 389.45 48.07 Pumpkin 49.54 65.57 100.21 147.86 57.54 11.00 89.67 202.35 196.02 99.81 13.98 27.59 71.45 64.09 86.20 45.88 158.60 58.14 75.40 516.11 91.41 48.14 213.23 78.47 164.21 66.57 51.74 48.96 125.88 2010 Ash Plantains Beans Cabbage Carrot Pumpkin Snake gourd Brinjals Tomatoes Rice Samba Rice Kekulu Red Onions Big Onions Potatoes Dried Chillies Dhal (a) Eggs (Each) Coconut Kelawalla Balaya Salaya 77.39 122.95 52.32 109.33 96.84 71.84 562.42 54.94 71.43 172.42 540.05 122.32 93.34 215.90 108.36 62.86 66.00 90.99 100.95 96.76 75.88 Beans 93.44 163.90 198.62 91.56 453.91 57.39 143.43 Big Onions 72.32 36.89 111.30 84.07 190.21 217.17 545.54 13.34 78.82 203.32 Red Onions 105.75 196.41 Coconut 23.58 112.32 93.42 57.87 55.86 Rice Samba 73.60 164.58 149.00 85.80 103.99 70.11 203.09 13.13 82.62 45.41 98.87 80.88 147.12 86.53 446.55 191.53 Dhal (a) 198.22 164.96 73.63 108.02 54.62 60.94 90.39 45.88 43.36 426.48 548.67 103.99 74.60 81.60 43.09 74.67 187.67 203.52 31.28 14.39 208.83 91.13 19.17 54.26 54.03 61.64 56.35 95.46 447.62 47.98 76.58 10.27 259.13 46.08 166.62 73.82 111.27 75.32 91.59 94.98 85.48 Salaya 145.19 442.19 541.12 108.96 90.31 109.26 18.16 104.25 186.03 10.82 30.16 29.73 85.76 11.22 63.07 360.73 600.75 59.10 30.98 162.00 68.37 156.32 24.55 58.20 63.39 53.20 56.39 Potatoes 93.11 110.84 77.65 Cabbage 67.71 68.87 70.27 93.28 100.37 99.09 84.39 46.69 114.23 186.01 49.21 119.37 119.66 67.25 268.12 202.69 Brinjals 60.94 101.11 155.31 409.56 31.76 376.31 51.93 74.83 91.63 69.07 94. per kg.30 85.58 89.03 Carrot 91.06 13.01 80.03 119.92 86.70 54.32 22.58 (a) Yellow Imported 68.82 200.23 379.75 Source: Central Bank of Sri Lanka 68 .86 218.61 525.28 88.Prices and Wages Table 7.

59 1. 750 ml.72 25.13 105.63 65.745.96 17.a.85 982.09 895.89 123.Balaya Tuna .730. kg.85 809.835.99 34.48 3.87 2.31 3.87 2.05 60.07 194.44 1.10 929.45 36.00 339.83 129.71 59.88 358.46 530.95 110.96 4.26 51.17 15. 65.90 30.53 106.74 449.97 85.42 614.50 55.81 163.58 247.74 64.34 290.33 685.15 121.84 235.70 14. kg.49 3.202.24 724.98 298.86 420.98 146. Building Materials Bricks.20 28.73 5.23 19.367.57 32.30 43.42 357.77 18.80 57.84 646.71 33.37 3.11 558.047.91 121.73 614.Thora Trevally .30 1.195.Mora Skip Jack .71 96.248.37 47.29 278.93 297.70 2.334.03 218.12 345.748.90 10.632.83 63.42 36.98 414.741.11 1.932.56 1.82 63.17 68.82 5.08 13.77 225.63 217.998.49 58.75 9.Mora Sardine .550.01 708.168.03 11.78 6.Balaya Queen Fish .70 66. 1.00 202.36 12.44 21.56 39.75 14.90 55.95 324.693.810.99 37.56 50.37 31.01 698.43 277.81 183.64 47.54 116.31 120.05 2.97 54.11 42.41 63.08 29.70 120.a.28 36.50 39.20 553.03 235.90 271.95 252.00 24.81 17.00 49.70 1.90 145.77 146.71 10.60 11.6 Average Producer Prices of Selected Items Commodity Paddy.47 551.73 896.48 5.79 46.80 163.46 n.52 247.61 37.134.64 945. 27.56 7.a.48 234.90 103.08 72.23 43.38 1.01 139.319.Thora Shark .82 168.89 810.72 157.86 199.357. kg.62 1.93 1.01 21.164.00 395.77 46. Seer .79 322.59 62.63 1.80 1.63 17.48 67.876.73 177. Dried Chillies Pepper Turmeric (Dried) Spices.06 154.575.79 3.090.43 13.282.489.55 25.67 157.36 207. kg.753.65 36.09 175.20 41.14 12.82 271.59 120.41 666.838. 1.012.41 115.76 176.581.62 60.00 50.95 189.33 249.70 55.24 38. Beans Carrot Beet Root Low-Country Vegetables.94 9.40 75.201.21 95.71 1. kg.58 37.59 1.05 84.320.41 58. kg.90 244.775.630. cube 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2001 – 2010 2006 2007 Rupees 2008 2009 2010(a) 11.67 2.88 3.27 21.47 36.86 77.937.627.000.56 44.04 63.15 90.92 46.70 156.61 69.48 232.15 103.24 1.Kelawalla Shark .11 28.72 1.78 288.67 255.461.24 438.48 315.195.19 137.46 887.85 49.67 160.82 21.36 112.45 44. Fruits.899.000 Betel Arecanut (Seasoned) Jaggery and Treacle Coconut Jaggery.80 430.22 16.30 34.53 12.62 77.963.55 6.44 4.56 1.99 67.61 35.85 3.921.23 1.00 9.183. kg.222.47 465.98 14. each Copra.22 258.000 Sand.01 1.98 308.75 21.98 1.67 33.55 160.558.98 1.30 334.87 323.19 439.19 3.67 174.26 504.11 974.65 182.55 283.97 12.155.363.08 13.59 39. kg.35 18.46 20.13 31. 50. Seer .342.17 56.03 50.08 722.87 374.72 43.75 50.87 1.978.66 2.27 28.97 1.75 308.78 142.42 88.97 171.86 59.40 488.36 13.17 360.74 355.51 154.26 24. 50 kg.81 53. Cocoa.56 305.82 10.16 723.82 6.05 103.33 329.58 30.16 29.85 27.22 98.86 493.48 38.67 25.29 207.99 18.61 10.15 134. 250 kg.01 78.28 64.11 136.71 150.30 15. kg.34 1.27 n.21 146.00 272.296.03 66.a.12 201. Coconut Charcoal.14 1.30 87.82 3.67 518.65 185.58 342.96 110.50 148.31 4.038.60 67.05 135.45 61. Pumpkin (Red) Brinjals Curry Chillies Lime Yams.016.09 n.33 514.81 246.14 844.81 28.33 212.26 8.22 19.86 104.56 21.87 448.78 36.18 26.10 21. Sugar Cane Treacle.859.92 49.39 1.40 163.03 23.30 16.76 309.92 27.85 3.77 49.49 51.50 418.23 452.94 3.08 277.118. kg.54 38. kg.32 42.084. 21.56 13. Tea Leaves.30 1. Coffee Seed.Parawa Skip Jack .99 219.22 89.03 240.24 48.67 258.23 302.80 179.26 n.28 58.19 78.15 80. kg.61 64. Pineapple Banana .64 25.28 50.22 95. Red Onion Cloves Cardamom Cinnamon Quills Coconut Coconut. – Not available 69 .472.28 30.45 130.87 185.288.79 457.63 48. 50 kg.05 15.961.734.24 24.994.a.88 269.64 33.70 299. Coconut Treacle.Ambul Betel and Arecanut.43 23.30 205.30 852.13 140.18 48.13 22.Kattawa Sprats Pulses.93 317.08 66.31 351.921.54 268.03 38.86 209.681.34 1.54 26.79 69.76 8.51 144.440.27 163.40 1.36 52.863.42 23.64 1.82 317.64 55.585. Up-Country Vegetables.39 23. 750 ml.16 53.10 1.88 173.23 25.34 74.94 2.94 52.62 13.91 1.74 836.40 18.73 107.38 124.60 1.42 181.Kolikuttu Banana .455.44 91. Potatoes Manioc Sweet Potatoes Eggs.681.53 73.45 22.Prices and Wages Table 7.42 842.59 103.12 32.39 2.72 80. kg.49 334.23 1.152.00 267.53 1.68 39.00 26.40 46.24 45.80 160.07 12.33 360.60 124.11 14.57 8. Green Gram Cowpea MI 35 (White) Sorghum Curry Stuff.83 141.12 12.82 40.72 24.134.31 13.56 944.25 56.386.97 23.60 104.32 325.78 18.814.12 516.72 2.35 12.45 90.83 2.40 94. Sugar Cane Jaggery.72 28.68 28.58 143.408.83 258.28 26.15 4.80 50.27 2.60 5.29 178.26 4.75 71.94 717.00 993.60 1.22 50.82 5.55 41.40 2. cube Metal 3/4”.02 30.90 78.41 99.09 58. kg.51 9.19 87.79 4.65 4.92 133.17 39.98 283.68 371.472.04 209.38 69.90 696.Salaya Dried Fish.52 141.218.475.18 50.57 69.41 1.11 80.15 261.63 234.08 1.291.52 57.40 41.30 136.57 26.45 57.31 (a) Provisional Source : Central Bank of Sri Lanka n.20 581.02 235.70 116.82 21.09 56.08 58. each Sea Fish.01 51.75 34.54 694.65 9.

68 280.40 28.69 32.50 60.37 27.42 340.85 – 57.00 171.29 51.00 60.89 65.93 323.65 33.348.00 76.50 58.52 1.00 – 40.89 23.70 181.71 Pumpkins 40.85 1.00 47.50 42.97 23.92 25.00 – – 54.89 36.45 39.94 1.32 277.13 Carrot – – – 90.39 – 309.02 39.21 24.67 55.74 53.15 – – – 351.72 1.69 29.52 Pumpkins 28.488.69 41.47 40.76 30.00 – 47.23 41.92 30.74 1304.09 70.15 64.06 27.00 Cabbages – – 29.99 33.00 30.48 60.48 – 319.08 25.29 29.67 175.58 58.44 33.28 56.84 29.27 47.91 30.03 213. per kg.99 23.00 51.81 34.44 53.67 43.14 1.86 – 83.76 – 45.67 231.96 29.14 37.11 182.36 65.34 1.079.96 Brinjals 34.50 Paraw 423.33 58.103.268.25 60.59 323. Sabara- All gamuwa Island 2009 Ash Plantains 33.357.96 81.79 Dried Chillies 180.25 196.137.39 26.00 77.65 220.59 Paraw 466.55 23.40 29.75 60.63 33.60 Beans – – – 145.00 – 65.38 – – – 2010 32.239.78 – 69.96 – 80.36 – – – 78.31 258.88 – – – 325.25 22.00 – 80.75 220.63 27.85 1.29 65.00 – 35.90 Ash Plantains 37.60 31.69 61.11 280.48 70.64 59.400.32 34.73 – – – Balaya 288.38 77.92 28.36 42.18 32.010.78 246.85 1.76 Beans – – 55.27 – 71.72 23.89 Potatoes – 71.00 66.68 31.44 – 33.30 Snake gourd 33.33 – 49.72 – – – 268.60 26.27 33.00 210.16 45.92 69.63 Tomatoes – 41.70 164.86 74.76 40.47 – 78.63 29.42 Tomatoes 37.00 83.63 41.31 186.00 – 58.72 – 60.26 32.35 55.23 274.03 – 213.14 – – – 67.49 – 70.88 60.92 27.436.00 67.50 38.00 83.25 1.Prices and Wages Table 7.00 245.37 55.97 67.05 36.50 – 71.29 59.87 – 343.44 29.49 32.36 52.73 88.00 51.75 40.73 – Red Onions – 50.34 28.00 – – – 59.67 Cabbages 35.00 88.00 28.05 26.27 277.19 Kelawalla 357.00 Big Onions – 55.08 35.10 Potatoes – 72.00 181.00 1.97 168.32 29.05 Snake gourd 30.90 46.362.73 304.72 987.38 – 263.28 162.92 20.58 49.50 251.11 Big Onions – 58.21 Eggs (100 Nos) 1.84 Dried Chillies 175.99 202.51 34.29 53.00 – – – Kelawalla 348.19 990.14 1.24 181.60 33.33 176.57 60.60 Salaya 80.49 61.76 1.14 67.85 68.00 249.54 – 372.83 – 45.24 34.50 41.35 37.67 31.32 73.39 183.57 36.59 – – Eggs (100 Nos) 1.47 – 267.14 31.11 Brinjals 38.136.00 – – – Salaya 74.23 Carrot – – 52.64 37.87 50.00 53.85 1.00 62.20 27.7 Average Producer Prices of Selected Food Items by Provinces 2009 and 2010 Item Western Central Southern Northern Eastern North North Uva Western Central Rs.417.93 242.00 140.42 26.89 28.79 33.00 50.56 Red Onions – 63.84 Source: Central Bank of Sri Lanka 70 .062.76 980.83 34.97 28.35 26.54 302.44 29.64 50.78 178.59 Balaya 293.44 990.29 27.

00 72.63 18.71 56.93 57.70 71.84 23.79 278.38 70.00 65.92 57.27 92.07 479.31 566.18 60.00 214.25 69.58 59.50 199.88 114.65 85.18 67.37 35.73 132.46 56.28 62.61 49.96 10.55 127.41 89.66 100.18 67.48 49.31 55.44 279.37 59.60 60.90 51.64 95.33 274.17 82.56 216.28 84.43 78.28 76.65 52.18 80.19 11.03 92.82 11.98 505.91 498.13 14.33 69.50 89.89 107.37 48.84 109.93 11.74 490.45 70. 74.63 77.58 80.92 139.23 74.00 558.41 51.56 90.84 70.74 70.74 84.40 216.57 57.75 74.71 485.33 105.68 78.80 13.20 228.02 61.42 262.99 10.88 51.96 61.38 46.70 26.95 60.47 230.88 74.00 39.43 51.75 18.95 62.64 48.40 72.38 121.42 531.71 61.60 22.25 9.02 61.12 59.91 85.55 235.94 108.67 225.43 50. Sep Oct Nov Dec Ave.28 58.48 65.42 9.14 105.92 112.00 135.00 597.72 81.54 63.44 118.13 44.42 122.43 73.60 104.13 57.33 47.55 12.33 58.94 243.71 213.44 10.50 67.00 64.00 56.30 533.44 88.00 495.84 30.03 64.88 56.33 90.93 207.29 544.50 213.83 38.19 79.42 13.46 60.51 63.25 300.67 67.96 108.00 62.47 61.46 43.21 235.48 18.88 56.00 83.83 497.96 261.11 70.35 50.92 46.77 69.88 71.00 53.13 62.26 224.70 75.83 312.66 214.07 53.79 210.37 218.28 80.33 57.60 70.71 11.86 48. per kg.73 82.11 61.84 58.13 485.14 64.04 72.42 227.33 72.53 98.49 13.87 48.40 23.95 71.69 78.51 63.71 118.23 114.59 104.25 62.56 82.78 66.00 252.38 94.38 80.52 62.40 55.50 22.63 34.08 12.50 97.78 482.66 239.00 49.98 77.44 24.57 105.89 59.72 32.16 116.17 107.39 103.67 79.55 51.67 80.98 109.90 576.92 25.75 53.27 93.37 225.75 452.84 60.45 93.31 72.63 9.31 56.44 53.95 104.38 25.06 209.19 93.39 18.31 75.87 68.63 214.28 205.57 78.45 22.42 49.75 92.50 262.55 51.25 216.03 11.07 79.45 566.55 39.58 113.43 71.63 70.97 89.56 69.48 69.83 49.17 55.64 64.33 71.46 26.33 527.22 115.50 77.72 59.45 23.04 65.68 40.00 330.30 26.67 580.33 60.93 63.50 106.81 78.16 537.06 86.83 85.63 65.12 65.22 77.85 59.25 72.82 47.60 96.31 107.22 75.78 75.43 58.00 57.31 52.17 200.26 69.27 77.98 47.29 26.23 64.17 56.18 47.07 120.18 223.92 88.05 248.52 215.42 45.68 276.11 273.50 517.13 53.29 49.06 69.34 89.19 281.89 82.93 74.37 267.16 55.82 58.89 79.80 46.29 41.33 18.61 55.76 64.45 57.82 70.25 92.82 81.67 76.28 10.18 524.56 71.43 556.43 209.21 109.50 26.93 21.35 25.96 115.19 56.16 12.93 109.70 11.76 69.69 516.69 75.16 24.31 57.02 11.06 100.79 71.00 228.13 68.84 56.65 80.17 280.49 55.31 467.33 103.00 290.75 130.38 79.13 25.38 232.50 54.00 105.57 77.33 111.60 24.15 463.96 Source : Central Bank of Sri Lanka 71 .33 114.14 81.02 70.57 76.67 106.38 64.96 64.13 77.25 88.31 101.53 210.47 210.63 60.54 10.00 70.00 59.55 58.97 59.63 11.10 62.29 72.35 123.55 11.50 95.09 500.61 10.67 226.14 59.95 17.38 53.61 303.78 214.99 12.54 58.65 12.65 105.90 67.35 69.89 468.67 95.74 507.59 264.57 485.86 71.36 499.16 45.45 39.58 93.07 116.22 88.75 215.17 14.60 34.38 80.92 209.25 68.06 70.35 82.63 11.21 20.17 64.53 62.39 83.00 76.55 54.87 216.43 529.03 55.00 72.00 83.35 57.73 23.68 84.88 11.86 101.39 9.33 64.13 26.15 50.52 62.62 102.39 57.36 539.75 92.55 110.00 242.74 73.00 23.75 10.40 39.61 118.88 223.50 218.91 284.98 40.33 112.08 243.63 21.50 70.75 77.43 483.45 104.14 83.50 104.37 69.00 53.16 512.36 117.29 124.21 448.64 280.00 71.67 64.50 73.33 470.31 93.54 63.22 534.50 81.65 71.29 91.14 506.32 84.00 40.06 90.21 79.86 81.11 43.89 66.57 70.71 273.53 259.01 70.74 48.44 423.19 54.08 69.16 96.60 64.14 12.59 213.95 79.90 61.03 207.53 74.20 77.58 12.31 22.69 10.72 243.30 63.86 77.86 267.44 12.66 12.79 240.06 212.17 29.80 117.11 8.47 61.Prices and Wages Table 7.81 117.07 80.85 45.66 117.37 9.86 38.18 23.29 65.00 209.75 227.35 24.10 211.62 10.80 23.50 69.75 19.69 64.96 70.90 28.00 510.91 19.58 73.14 76.42 26.02 117.42 9.89 66.09 275.37 116.86 11.48 9.38 222.03 61.13 81.83 60.84 23.50 71.67 500.00 83.18 275.25 217.97 515.98 23.81 69.50 256.10 208.76 112.33 220.06 60.02 23.78 75.97 26.75 202.06 68.15 70.84 99.73 19.03 83.13 78.86 47.21 113.62 235.71 93.14 297.50 63.98 107.73 88.27 48.68 83.30 9.79 54.54 10.00 336.26 83.05 61.63 50.47 59.45 53.21 278.8 Retail Prices of Selected Food Items in Selected Districts 2009 Item District Samba Rice Colombo Kandy Matara Anuradhapura Kekulu Rice Beans Colombo Kandy Matara Anuradhapura Colombo Kandy Matara Anuradhapura Cabbage Colombo Kandy Matara Anuradhapura Brinjals Colombo Kandy Matara Anuradhapura Pumpkins Colombo Kandy Matara Anuradhapura Red Onion Colombo Kandy Matara Anuradhapura Big Onion Colombo Kandy Matara Anuradhapura Potatoes Colombo Kandy Matara Anuradhapura Dried Chillies Colombo Kandy Matara Anuradhapura Kelawalla Colombo Kandy Matara Anuradhapura Hurulla Colombo Kandy Matara Anuradhapura Eggs (each) Colombo Kandy Matara Anuradhapura Coconut (each) Colombo Kandy Matara Anuradhapura Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Rs.47 101.13 22.18 55.41 113.95 511.16 80.89 263.82 76.48 79.94 59.13 10.54 80.26 101.35 515.50 59.18 289.78 74.23 71.97 301.00 223.08 110.35 76.48 61.39 52.17 35.24 111.88 19.66 90.07 117.50 79.60 74.33 57.57 55.00 61.94 60.44 71.18 566.19 51.83 72.36 472.18 68.72 72.40 455.71 239.06 237.75 59.34 70.31 214.17 206.37 85.75 77.72 28.25 219.50 542.16 26.95 60.76 101.93 213.40 61.58 104.20 69.60 54.21 51.40 68.25 60.70 108.31 77.11 21.55 57.07 8.63 128.58 53.53 81.62 27.70 9.94 217.13 218.38 71.00 68.38 219.58 66.37 84.83 218.82 269.75 73.64 57.21 94.28 80.41 101.90 107.33 121.80 47.41 207.47 70.43 556.13 75.67 60.71 10.34 275.42 23.67 115.69 119.50 69.92 68.33 211.40 10.67 48.33 67.19 226.00 610.53 10.29 12.63 90.38 99.

75 322.84 187.17 66.43 63.36 74.50 214.68 568.62 16.30 14.25 182.82 93.33 282.40 48.11 15.80 483.61 95.86 64.15 113.92 79.42 49.07 66.89 69.42 290.09 118.72 75.62 13.91 37.50 76.96 107.55 225.25 26.40 185.22 15.20 14.31 70.31 86.53 103.57 69.28 12.09 585.64 67.88 100.06 55.01 147.94 33.00 116.74 81.61 60.42 507.50 479.53 57.15 74.36 172.92 91.00 96.80 184.08 69.96 69.06 81.53 14.37 15.63 188.71 93.68 66.86 608.60 52.33 80.93 86.64 63.89 26.51 56.28 14.95 28.33 186.25 188.27 90.00 52.64 170.33 76.72 58.75 75.89 13.57 42.75 209.12 25.83 111.20 82.61 110.58 47.79 96.30 74.81 102.41 77.09 68.92 81.92 82.79 263.26 78.82 56.00 88.02 55.75 525.44 27.80 258.30 66.10 112.83 30.56 313.15 52.67 309.57 78.33 59.85 72.50 76.50 98.64 279.33 284.70 70.89 14.27 560.08 13.10 54.31 54.88 129.58 12.50 57.57 48.16 295.11 128.65 30.14 58.30 77.35 47.00 65.25 69.44 522.00 60.00 78.17 86.14 281.75 191.20 Source : Central Bank of Sri Lanka 72 .58 664.78 90.07 45.33 186.63 26.20 75.97 28.80 89.68 125.67 606.67 621.88 296.03 28.64 101.09 122.58 194.80 95.50 325.12 264.84 282.31 13.81 57.88 584.50 56.26 98.94 140.59 30.97 50.21 66.67 123.75 83.51 541.60 25.83 15.18 249.53 103.80 67.36 81.66 76.50 86.90 78.64 669.20 14.35 79.95 64.04 113.77 28.54 109.29 105.00 458.32 92.10 59.86 513.24 68.81 71.86 91.67 278.00 69.55 59.32 66.57 67.80 77.50 15.84 185.42 62.35 50.11 87.19 95.66 81.21 83.36 55.73 108.42 307.32 29.38 96.25 48.80 95.79 83.54 74.33 58.48 27.36 103.75 318.92 73.37 117.38 265.83 77.80 55.42 14.70 212.61 64.29 42.38 15.43 301.63 46.67 274.47 101.25 186.21 93.45 72.00 527.15 568.26 79.83 82.47 89.21 62.35 99.63 320.50 588.67 70.45 78.30 49.39 66.39 271.00 13.86 191.26 111.76 15.92 208.50 53.52 54.71 84.82 90.09 270.47 80.95 62.75 190.93 125.81 190.70 15.66 58.66 34.52 14.26 38.46 42.50 61.83 198.21 55.76 47.39 522.26 13.70 64.52 104.66 129.11 95.94 107.58 15.26 114.00 76.28 50.83 64.17 108.86 524.87 77.56 137.40 100.64 87.60 30.43 162.62 103.40 54.47 210.20 114.28 72.14 117.00 204.72 62.43 100.36 12.81 99.88 53.37 203.32 121.33 27.88 263.31 54.69 61.72 70.61 51.37 128.04 28.45 50.38 181.00 189.27 73.34 72.25 83.39 550.57 73.53 66.79 86.20 114.89 53.85 14.00 70.48 300. 89.13 509.67 51.87 50.58 498.00 79.22 14.31 94.59 116.96 97.92 119.00 72.22 112.18 15.Prices and Wages Table 7.44 40.09 509.58 91.89 629.77 16.27 617.04 186.40 33.10 96.20 15.36 308.56 597.57 124.69 88.69 291.63 124.75 52.00 96.63 63.38 64.76 29.67 592.68 28.97 532.60 94.00 260.71 81.97 81.64 59.30 42.88 28.38 375.47 103.49 209.74 49.67 63.10 54.39 116.52 113.54 76.70 76.77 13.66 26.38 57.37 48.89 105.81 119.10 93.66 70.47 75.98 94.83 186.56 105.82 27. Sep Oct Nov Dec Ave.03 111.39 120.88 92.89 89.82 546.67 184.81 58.52 71.52 272.66 289. per kg.39 54.39 553.97 299.59 47.90 289.91 201.29 529.40 106.50 60.67 107.23 330.89 59.26 61.37 46.92 88.57 14.03 57.75 85.16 86.53 45.79 125.73 74.86 521.65 208.23 200.82 73.17 85.74 72.39 54.78 111.13 109.94 285.79 64.10 13.20 55.94 85.29 193.95 119.68 15.33 222.22 14.95 302.45 195.45 30.39 76.31 90.76 34.00 81.19 52.00 111.71 26.11 100.33 71.82 157.44 68.30 135.91 213.38 29.72 112.60 82.11 31.66 55.40 118.50 480.00 92.29 278.43 76.96 65.75 223.75 83.91 78.98 62.09 98.00 600.98 109.62 43.58 57.94 54.29 64.85 65.59 70.38 29.83 25.07 295.05 64.92 276.34 50.00 - 66.59 510.29 90.97 55.94 58.08 69.38 193.12 40.83 105.78 51.17 82.13 80.37 197.29 12.02 207.38 79.60 36.00 116.21 40.30 71.43 93.00 63.07 53.29 68.18 80.75 53.33 85.75 15.86 152.53 79.60 49.91 338.63 13.43 121.17 89.65 581.16 53.57 57.59 29.67 58.50 78.67 69.46 222.31 52.97 111.69 576.67 270.44 39.88 92.25 191.21 50.91 71.10 47.90 87.52 51.15 90.50 509.04 265.88 75.59 71.88 130.08 45.75 60.33 53.20 70.73 28.47 563.63 539.48 80.40 64.61 110.11 191.10 277.38 85.81 574.78 61.97 59.07 88.08 65.38 74.86 81.89 132.00 43.94 302.42 94.60 94.08 42.70 42.34 60.21 134.13 542.50 80.50 550.00 73.07 73.00 55.90 136.41 210.56 597.50 51.00 63.23 593.56 85.46 54.05 86.22 76.07 52.35 143.53 51.73 192.71 596.20 71.05 14.63 31.44 196.19 95.91 97.08 99.76 96.61 60.09 73.79 63.68 28.21 75.05 15.27 58.47 15.36 69.58 55.67 56.93 300.05 13.16 99.50 69.33 98.28 592.28 89.70 72.15 255.42 80.79 90.94 76.33 92.45 60.41 287.03 117.9 Retail Prices of Selected Food Items in Selected Districts 2010 Item District Samba Rice Colombo Kandy Matara Anuradhapura Kekulu Rice Beans Colombo Kandy Matara Anuradhapura Colombo Kandy Matara Anuradhapura Cabbage Colombo Kandy Matara Anuradhapura Brinjals Colombo Kandy Matara Anuradhapura Pumpkins Colombo Kandy Matara Anuradhapura Red Onion Colombo Kandy Matara Anuradhapura Big Onion Colombo Kandy Matara Anuradhapura Potatoes Colombo Kandy Matara Anuradhapura Dried Chillies Colombo Kandy Matara Anuradhapura Kelawalla Colombo Kandy Matara Anuradhapura Hurulla Colombo Kandy Matara Anuradhapura Eggs (each) Colombo Kandy Matara Anuradhapura Coconut (each) Colombo Kandy Matara Anuradhapura Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Rs.80 59.59 30.50 175.63 85.33 72.65 213.70 59.00 127.61 13.68 109.75 93.75 70.53 14.19 15.19 13.88 45.85 86.96 51.38 55.50 57.09 46.91 197.58 58.43 43.17 29.02 579.78 111.00 195.78 26.53 256.28 98.18 84.69 96.59 99.71 194.73 77.17 107.39 593.82 63.78 63.07 86.27 102.58 87.57 13.65 74.57 79.89 84.55 13.47 80.03 117.54 205.83 70.25 187.75 31.25 55.49 56.65 75.61 44.09 66.25 59.41 107.18 57.66 74.64 48.83 101.95 12.39 59.36 81.56 195.58 281.61 29.96 13.86 93.05 26.86 538.17 65.47 45.92 30.81 286.

039.877.5 64.673.6 33.0 46.7 334.1 878.417.7 335.6 78.6 513.1 194.4 1.1 52.410.5 146.009.7 559.116.5 52.0 151.176.2 317.7 226.1 24.0 779.2 857.4 276.8 461.7 1.6 31.4 1.2 175.7 1.5 1.6 284.0 2.5 77.9 86.4 3.8 2.2 70.1 90.7 555.4 4.180.7 986.410.3 801.4 740.1 4.4 1.054.1 1.310.8 528.9 50.6 Workers in Industry and Commerce 33.4 757.853.1 302.2 906.2 42.9 181.4 73.2 59.0 23.9 303.636.9 365.172.8 712.0 2.6 33.0 67.9 261.9 224.828.2 25.349.4 297.2 87.6 126.6 65.0 1.1 692.1 24.8 3.2 52.7 132.8 190.1 166.057.4 2.3 43.0 46.2 198.0 Workers All in Workers Services Non-Exe- Minor Central Government cutive Emp- Government School Officers loyees Employees Teachers – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 113.3 256.Prices and Wages Nominal Wage Rate Indices Table 7.3 1.370.9 431.2 62.8 567.9 4.6 1.8 590.3 772.8 151.6 364.0 2.6 204.9 180.2 42.525.4 3.2 94.0 112.7 33.2 52.10 1959 – 2010 1978 December = 100 Workers in Wages Boards Government Employees Year Workers in Agriculture 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010(a) 23.116.3 828.3 3.4 3.4 1.7 Sources : Department of Labour Central Bank of Sri Lanka 73 .5 1.5 459.6 153.8 651.3 297.6 57.5 3.150.1 803.6 510.0 46.865.4 2.4 53.7 1.5 805.2 1.6 57.7 34.8 1.1 23.233.084.210.7 81.0 678.7 190.6 67.7 190.5 778.5 805.286.3 203.0 161.2 62.9 267.2 62.2 260.1 43.4 45.428.5 4.818.2 34.8 111.6 2.648.3 25.2 129.4 1.740.2 30.1 187.0 396.1 211.5 582.199.388.6 57.2 42.4 46.5 36.4 559.6 63.0 69.0 72.0 47.2 59.5 792.2 52.4 435.2 1.3 26.2 52.0 685.3 89.8 215.7 61.082.7 34.3 25.171.078.4 1.5 367.4 51.3 331.3 378.6 36.0 117.9 1.2 1.8 228.5 245.5 98.527.6 58.2 89.7 779.7 559.2 62.1 69.3 138.1 146.3 42.5 365.4 247.8 1.4 57.4 2.9 971.2 52.672.1 1.3 1.3 29.6 57.2 42.7 657.8 188.2 317.8 336.142.4 1.0 29.5 444.4 79.116.0 163.2 24.0 4.6 24.2 507.180.5 2.5 865.0 1.001.636.031.9 130.5 5.0 46.4 188.2 30.2 2.097.6 229.304.0 439.2 1.502.1 153.070.522.2 53.327.6 1.8 1.1 133.397.2 24.029.6 959.4 1.7 246.5 830.3 273.0 118.3 271.6 1.044.8 710.057.6 682.0 1.0 751.6 276.090.7 966.7 849.7 1.0 46.0 24.2 30.493.2 52.821.321.2 52.1 1.8 1.7 829.0 84.567.7 1.0 115.3 23.1 444.6 675.6 557.000.872.9 79.8 34.7 1.2 100.2 622.5 760.9 517.225.1 453.7 196.2 69.9 728.7 177.7 1.9 71.6 57.709.0 46.9 379.1 47.5 735.0 29.6 66.525.7 4.3 247.6 147.3 42.0 67.1 1.1 1.6 57.0 46.7 4.8 247.1 842.2 577.749.6 100.1 29.2 123.5 86.938.943.4 390.8 54.494.8 476.4 59.7 1.2 42.7 821.463.6 57.001.0 140.8 388.8 84.6 231.2 506.0 73.2 42.2 69.4 65.6 57.215.4 2.5 288.1 1.3 152.651.5 518.7 25.9 907.7 749.6 760.3 277.5 818.8 1.1 2.4 62.5 1.3 52.4 24.7 1.6 2.4 1.545.8 1.178.1 183.2 42.8 534.0 23.5 59.1 33.3 609.7 250.269.8 3.9 959.382.4 456.6 678.0 35.2 100.7 664.7 2.6 31.4 84.1 1.8 404.7 119.0 1.3 1.4 4.4 169.1 953.4 264.3 120.1 595.358.029.5 2.6 1.026.3 247.3 100.7 55.8 807.2 414.2 44.1 1.4 24.2 88.3 977.0 421.5 52.205.329.7 487.126.125.2 919.3 (a) Provisional 42.1 46.8 94.6 3.6 488.

22 402.94 331.27 332.74 346.49 219.16 286.13 307.98 268.84 206.11 285.50 519.83 523.75 277.77 304.93 416.72 314.31 484.04 444.25 274.06 305.48 254.74 457.16 554.02 253.09 551.90 266.16 355.11 544.Not available Note: These wage rates represent payment in cash without meals.84 323.87 374.26 281.57 922.21 405.45 312.01 619.82 185.53 282.21 912.31 324.97 276.03 593.67 827.12 311.89 525.43 348.32 263.47 220.77 529.00 365.12 396.79 272.89 266.15 487.50 519.31 202.41 245.91 394.21 250.50 354.00 281.44 311.90 162.02 297.27 210.14 375.77 240.31 539.08 544.77 377.70 274.90 187.63 273.05 411.94 189.21 304.36 630.80 543.18 385.65 407.93 334.37 – – – 854.26 225.17 301.95 258.33 169.08 600.25 375.19 408.36 281.29 419.98 302.63 329.25 401.38 289.43 233.00 312.94 278.33 292.74 312.71 250.63 207.60 541.10 317.60 337.24 301.00 518.58 487.71 283.16 294.11 481.72 281.54 292.35 254.64 336.00 – – – – 200.36 577.24 230.75 239.90 282.63 – – – – – 620.00 360.77 312.26 581.13 255.99 236.a.08 226.04 458.00 233.88 285.90 243.06 323.15 332.61 315.80 633.13 – – 552.39 368.39 322.28 395.87 365.87 576.87 317.75 425.00 379.00 – – – – 259.90 238.54 815.75 664.30 357.78 285.18 328.66 327.95 652.06 M – Male F – Female (a) Provisional (b) Daily wages for transplanting after 2004 are the average of both daily wages of transplanting and harvesting.17 193.13 231.16 435.58 231.00 314.16 227.92 505.61 726.93 378.91 213.00 732.40 219.07 419.63 259.09 566.14 289.94 233.73 312.73 184.30 300.10 439.87 265.68 265.65 471.00 – – – – 145.40 310. 74 Source : Central Bank of Sri Lanka .42 242.25 572.23 335.00 282.53 – 475.25 590.63 354.91 222.58 313.50 370.25 279.68 240.96 325.55 314.16 740.60 277.33 260.99 287.17 284.25 369.01 625.68 267.64 473.11 278.15 668. .56 254.85 248.89 440.75 318.72 587.95 432.43 353.49 319.23 652.15 330.43 281.11 253.76 335.73 258.15 340.13 477.07 281.50 354.57 286.65 293.02 290.61 385.80 178.15 539.04 627.26 493.26 436.47 455.96 263.49 365.33 995.65 296.06 429.84 208.98 223.50 210.53 241.45 197.11 216.27 275.04 369.21 285.57 310.75 276.41 488.98 388.78 268.80 510.20 244.05 212.25 393.78 370.39 393.11 222.87 555.44 333.27 261.19 247.64 316.06 577.42 324.27 599.07 252.04 353.39 399.96 278.75 340.06 468.39 291.38 322.57 354.89 315.63 259.13 477.08 270.00 273.33 499.77 323.99 249.88 267.00 320.16 357.54 314.69 241.97 146.15 199.12 464.20 384.29 380.14 423.02 192.75 340.47 221.17 305.94 314.26 496.42 499.22 287.21 405.59 326.69 302.93 297.91 234.49 410.53 265.72 565.87 160.58 268.14 312.89 221.00 – – – – 193.38 635.78 370.15 500.88 2010(a) 735.49 372.06 297.29 509.39 361.81 202.83 356.22 396.20 598.84 300.44 291.17 472.55 360.15 332.45 264.68 656.61 230.44 219.06 252.42 508.41 405.69 508.19 704.28 169.37 372.64 531.54 210.57 229.78 244.94 125.89 316.26 303.65 266.54 444.25 272.77 615.11 Average Daily Wage Rates in Selected Activities 2001 – 2010 Type of Labour M M M M F M M M F M F M M F M M F M F M M F M M M F M M F M M F M M M F M M M M F M M M M M M 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 Rupees 2007 2008 2009 260.41 444.14 318.47 580.00 – – – – 248.00 232.05 820.38 574.37 353.41 372.64 268.63 568.97 324.23 418.00 630.82 305.53 572.03 215.12 527.34 239.87 588.05 255.75 285.68 430.68 290.58 419.37 601.26 350.00 – – 529.40 708.69 289.02 344.38 176.71 422.34 486.16 308.39 502.28 220.98 428.89 186.63 365.33 423.04 401.47 336.36 253.21 304.07 272.73 352.54 302.85 278.33 257.13 1.96 430.38 540.73 405.002.96 236.16 358.29 247.34 608. n.23 500.49 254.63 666.40 348.95 198.96 311.96 465.25 328.01 253.79 470.00 300.12 478.53 203.11 269.23 428.47 686.97 525.Prices and Wages Activity Paddy Ploughing with Ploughs Ploughing with Mammoties Sowing Transplanting (b) Manuring Spraying Weeding Harvesting Threshing Winnowing Coconut Digging Pits Planting Manuring Plucking Collecting Nuts Husking Tea Preparation Land Planting Manuring Weeding Pruning Plucking Rubber Uprooting and Cleaning Planting Planting of Creepers Pruning Manuring Spraying Tapping Building Construction Carpentry Master Carpenter Skilled Helper Unskilled Helper Masonry Master Mason Skilled Helper Unskilled Helper Table 7.00 – – – 204.44 628.93 378.95 285.32 174.

Prices and Wages

Table 7.12

Minimum Wage Rate Indices of Workers in Wages Board Trades

Period

(a)

December 1978 = 100

Workers in
Agriculture

Workers in Industry
and Commerce

Workers in
Services

Workers in
Wages Boards Trades

Wage Rate Index

Wage Rate Index

Wage Rate Index

Wage Rate Index

Nominal(b) Real Wage(c)

Nominal(b) Real Wage(c)

Nominal(b) Real Wage(c)

Nominal(b) Real Wage(c)

2009 January
2,349.4
84.4
2,054.0
73.8
1,545.8
55.6
2,171.3

February
2,349.3
84.5
2,054.0
73.9
1,545.8
55.6
2,171.3

March
2,349.3
84.9
2,054.0
74.2
1,545.8
55.9
2,171.3

April
2,349.3
85.3
2,054.0
74.6
1,545.8
56.1
2,171.3

May
2,349.3
83.6
2,054.0
73.1
1,545.8
55.0
2,171.3

June
2,349.4
82.5
2,054.0
72.2
1,545.8
54.3
2,171.4

July
2,349.5
82.2
2,054.0
71.8
1,545.8
54.1
2,171.4

August
2,349.5
82.4
2,054.0
72.1
1,545.8
54.2
2,171.5

September
2,349.5
82.2
2,054.0
71.9
1,545.8
54.1
2,171.5

October
2,349.5
81.9
2,054.0
71.6
1,545.8
53.9
2,171.5

November
2,349.6
81.3
2,054.0
71.1
1,545.8
53.5
2,171.5

December
2,349.6
80.3
2,054.0
70.2
1,545.8
52.9
2,171.5

2010 January
3,319.5
112.0
2,054.0
69.3
1,545.8
52.1
2,113.6

February
3,319.8
111.7
2,054.0
69.1
1,545.8
52.0
2,813.8

March
3,319.9
112.8
2,054.0
69.8
1,545.8
52.5
2,813.9

April
3,319.6
114.0
2,054.0
70.5
1,545.8
53.1
2,813.7

May
3,319.4
112.2
2,054.0
69.4
1,545.8
52.3
2,813.6

June
3,319.8
111.3
2,054.0
68.9
1,545.8
51.8
2,813.8

July
3,335.2
111.9
2,054.0
68.9
1,545.8
51.9
2,824.0

August
3,335.2
111.4
2,402.1
80.2
1,851.8
61.8
2,935.2

September
3,335.2
110.3
2,402.1
79.5
1,851.8
61.3
2,935.2

October
3,335.5
109.0
2,402.1
78.5
1,851.8
60.5
2,935.4

November
3,335.8
107.8
2,402.1
77.7
1,851.8
59.9
2,935.6

December
3,336.1
106.7
2,402.1
76.8
1,851.8
59.2
2,935.7
(a)
(b)
(c)

The Index numbers are calculated by the Labour Department on fixed weights
based on the numbers employed as at 31 December 1978.
The wage rate used in the calculation of Index numbers are Nominal wages
for different trades fixed by the Wages Board.
Based on Colombo Consumer Price Inedex (CCPI) - (2002 = 100).

Table 7.13

Wage Rate Indices of Government Employees
Period

94.9
94.7
95.6
96.6
95.1
94.4
94.7
98.0
97.1
96.0
94.9
93.9

Sources : Labour Department

Central Bank of Sri Lanka

(a)

78.0
78.1
78.5
78.9
77.3
76.3
76.0
76.2
76.0
75.7
75.1
74.2

December 1978 = 100

Non-Executive Minor All Central Government Government School
Officers
Employees
Employees(b)
Teachers
Wage Rate Index

Wage Rate Index

Wage Rate Index

Wage Rate Index

Nominal(c) Real Wage(d)

Nominal(c) Real Wage(d)

Nominal(c) Real Wage(d)

Nominal(c) Real Wage(d)

2009 January
4,056.8
145.8
4,909.0
176.4
4,473.1
160.8
3,194.0

February
4,056.8
146.0
4,909.0
176.6
4,473.1
160.9
3,194.0

March
4,056.8
146.6
4,909.0
177.4
4,473.1
161.7
3,194.0

April
4,056.8
147.3
4,909.0
178.3
4,473.1
162.5
3,194.0

May
4,056.8
144.4
4,909.0
174.7
4,473.1
159.2
3,194.0

June
4,056.8
142.5
4,909.0
172.5
4,473.1
157.1
3,194.0

July
4,056.8
141.9
4,909.0
171.7
4,473.1
156.5
3,194.0

August
4,056.8
142.3
4,909.0
172.2
4,473.1
156.9
3,194.0

September
4,056.8
142.0
4,909.0
171.8
4,473.1
156.5
3,194.0

October
4,056.8
141.4
4,909.0
171.1
4,473.1
155.9
3,194.0

November
4,210.4
145.7
5,116.1
177.0
4,651.6
160.9
3,321.7

December
4,210.4
144.0
5,116.1
174.9
4,651.6
159.0
3,321.7

2010 January
4,210.4
142.0
5,116.1
172.6
4,651.6
156.9
3,321.7

February
4,210.4
141.7
5,116.1
172.2
4,651.6
156.6
3,321.7

March
4,210.4
143.1
5,116.1
173.9
4,651.6
158.1
3,321.7

April
4,210.4
144.6
5,116.1
175.7
4,651.6
159.7
3,321.7

May
4,210.4
142.4
5,116.1
173.0
4,651.6
157.3
3,321.7

June
4,210.4
141.2
5,116.1
171.6
4,651.6
156.0
3,321.7

July
4,210.4
141.2
5,116.1
171.6
4,651.6
156.6
3,321.7

August
4,210.4
140.6
5,116.1
170.8
4,651.6
155.3
3,321.7

September
4,210.4
139.3
5,116.1
169.2
4,651.6
153.9
3,321.7

October
4,210.4
137.6
5,116.1
167.3
4,651.6
152.1
3,321.7

November
4,210.4
136.1
5,116.1
165.4
4,651.6
150.4
3,321.7

December
4,210.4
134.6
5,116.1
163.6
4,651.6
148.7
3,321.7
(a) The Index numbers are calculated by the Salaries and Wages in the Public Administration Circulars.
(b) Combined Index for Non-Executive Officers and Minor Employees.
(c) The Wage Rates used in the initial salaries and wages in each respective scale.
(d) Based on Colombo Price Index - CCPI - (2002 = 100).

75

114.8
114.9
115.4
116.0
113.7
112.2
111.7
112.0
111.8
111.3
114.9
113.6
112.1
111.8
112.9
114.1
112.3
111.4
111.4
110.9
109.9
108.6
107.4
106.2

Sources : Labour Department

Central Bank of Sri Lanka

Prices and Wages

Agriculture

Table 7.14

All Island Average Wages in the Informal Sector – 2009(a)

Rupees

Jan

Feb Mar Apr May

Jun

Jul Aug

Sep Oct

Nov Dec

Tea

Preparation of Land
Plucking

Male
Female

463
289

462
304

470
298

479
310

491
315

475
325

476
333

464
333

500
356

487
340

488
329

495
344

Rubber

Planting

Male

500

500

495

495

523

527

520

527

530

540

550

545

Tapping

Coconut

Male
Female

394
358

410
371

385
348

412
361

406
366

410
367

404
363

394
338

461
425

446
408

443
402

457
407

Male
Digging Pits
Plucking with Sticks Male

584
778

610
797

611
768

613
847

618
850

605
802

630
791

669
816

676
808

627
853

640
850

642
866

Paddy

Ploughing with
Mammoties

Male
565
563
557
584
582
562
539
580
619
573

604

594

Transplanting and
Harvesting (b)

Male
Female

584
457

563
451

559
441

552
465

551
435

564
466

545
444

540
405

546
440

567
461

558
450

552
423

Housing Construction (c)

Masonry

Carpentry

Master Carpenter
Skilled Helper
Unskilled Helper

895
644
520

893
647
523

889
645
531

905
657
529

919
660
532

926
665
543

933
660
541

930
666
551

935
685
540

957
701
564

956
682
557

967
699
561

Master Mason
Skilled Helper
Unskilled Helper

885
644
529

880
645
533

887
652
536

893
654
536

908
664
539

916
672
546

921
675
545

914
672
552

947
684
661

934
695
567

946
684
571

956
695
569

(a) Daily wages represent payments in cash where meals are not provided by the employer. Annual and quarterly figures are averages
of monthly figures.

Sources : Labour Department

Central Bank of Sri Lanka

(b) Daily wages up to December 2004 are the average of daily wage for the two activities. From January 2005 onwards, the daily
wages cover both activities under the single category following the restructuring of data collection schedules.
(c) Wages in the construction sector are paid on both daily payment and contractual basis. The series on contractual basis in previous
bulletin publications has been replaced by the series on daily payment basis from the monthly bulletin of December 2005 onwards
for the comparison with wages in other sectors.

Table 7.15

All Island Average Wages in the Informal Sector – 2010(a)

Agriculture

Tea

Preparation of Land
Plucking

Planting

Rubber

Rupees

Jan

Feb Mar Apr May

Jun

Jul Aug

Sep Oct

Nov Dec

Male
Female

503
341

514
350

529
337

516
347

515
347

541
370

543
351

538
322

538
364

536
364

558
368

547
373

Male

575

555

575

559

541

573

566

544

575

578

568

583

Male
Female

446
411

468
425

506
463

459
438

442
429

446
693

463
437

503
396

488
750

467
452

480
430

533
478

Tapping

Coconut

689
800

653
831

612
809

666
840

652
842

678
858

644
846

667
889

676
909

687
828

663
862

675
908

Paddy

Male
Digging Pits
Plucking with Sticks Male
Ploughing with
Mammoties

Male

575

635

579

615

623

678

642

666

640

600

654

647

Transplanting and
Harvesting (b)

Male
Female

600
485

607
495

603
475

618
469

606
492

635
476

646
493

631
456

630
489

635
466

616
487

600
581

Housing Construction (c)

966
704
563

972
726
569

995
720
550

1,001
715
567

1,002
722
574

998
730
580

1,005
730
569

1,009
737
575

1,012
741
599

1,015
747
588

1,022
758
610

1,028
758
616

Masonry

972
695
572

976
724
578

987
701
557

989
724
579

991
706
571

994
726
589

996
721
643

1,002
737
592

1,003
813
598

1,010
818
601

1,009
762
620

1,012
756
621

Carpentry

Master Carpenter
Skilled Helper
Unskilled Helper

Master Mason
Skilled Helper
Unskilled Helper

(a) Daily wages represent payments in cash where meals are not provided by the employer. Annual and quarterly figures are averages
of monthly figures.
(b) Daily wages up to December 2004 are the average of daily wage for the two activities. From January 2005 onwards, the daily
wages cover both activities under the single category following the restructuring of data collection schedules.
(c) Wages in the construction sector are paid on both daily payment and contractual basis. The series on contractual basis in previous
bulletin publications has been replaced by the series on daily payment basis from the monthly bulletin of December 2005 onwards
for the comparison with wages in other sectors.

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Sources : Labour Department

Central Bank of Sri Lanka

Prices and Wages

Table 7.16
Cost Indices for Construction 2001 – 2010

Year

Quarter

Modern
Housing

Semi Permanent All
Housing
Housing

Non-Residential All All
Building Civil Works Construction

2001
1st Quarter
195.2
248.7
198.5
186.2
183.6

2nd Quarter
194.2
248.5
197.6
185.5
183.8

3rd Quarter
206.6
259.9
209.9
197.3
192.9

4th Quarter
209.9
264.4
213.3
200.2
195.0

2002
1st Quarter
212.0
267.0
215.4
201.7
195.5

2nd Quarter
214.7
269.6
218.1
205.0
197.8

3rd Quarter
216.3
270.7
219.6
207.0
199.4

4th Quarter
219.2
272.5
222.5
210.2
201.5

2003
1st Quarter
221.7
272.7
224.8
213.3
204.3

2nd Quarter
225.4
278.2
228.7
218.0
209.6

3rd Quarter
226.4
278.1
229.6
220.8
213.6

4th Quarter
232.8
285.6
236.1
225.8
216.2

2004
1st Quarter
232.3
291.5
235.9
227.5
220.1

2nd Quarter
240.5
300.6
244.2
237.3
228.9

3rd Quarter
254.4
316.6
258.3
248.6
237.0

4th Quarter
276.5
330.8
279.9
268.4
252.6

2005
1st Quarter
288.7
340.0
291.9
279.3
260.7

2nd Quarter
298.6
353.6
302.0
286.9
266.0

3rd Quarter
313.8
361.8
316.8
296.5
270.0

4th Quarter
326.4
378.5
329.6
305.8
277.0

2006
1st Quarter
349.9
406.3
353.4
325.4
292.1

2nd Quarter
362.9
424.3
366.7
336.8
306.5

3rd Quarter
375.7
458.0
380.8
348.0
318.7

4th Quarter
389.6
490.1
395.9
360.6
327.3

2007
1st Quarter
396.2
511.9
403.4
368.0
334.6

2nd Quarter
404.3
538.7
412.7
380.6
349.1

3rd Quarter
414.9
557.0
423.7
394.4
364.9

4th Quarter
423.1
568.2
432.1
403.5
369.9

2008
1st Quarter
438.8
593.1
448.4
423.5
390.4

2nd Quarter
451.7
622.9
462.3
447.8
414.1

3rd Quarter
464.4
642.3
475.5
468.7
434.0

4th Quarter
471.5
666.6
483.6
462.9
427.6

2009(a) 1st Quarter
472.0
673.6
484.5
452.5
419.9

2nd Quarter
471.8
684.9
485.0
452.0
418.9

3rd Quarter
477.9
685.9
490.8
457.4
423.2

4th Quarter
478.9
700.6
492.6
458.3
424.2

2010(b) 1st Quarter
479.4
701.6
493.2
459.0
351.9

2nd Quarter
484.0
712.9
498.2
463.7
353.2

3rd Quarter
488.6
722.9
503.1
467.8
353.6

4th Quarter
489.7
725.8
504.3
468.9
354.3
(a) Revised
(b) Provisional

1990 = 100

190.4
189.9
200.9
203.7
205.1
207.8
209.4
212.1
214.7
219.3
221.8
226.5
228.2
237.0
248.2
267.2
277.5
285.3
294.9
304.8
324.5
337.9
350.7
362.8
370.2
382.1
395.5
402.7
421.4
441.1
458.4
458.2
453.6
453.3
458.4
459.7
460.4
464.9
468.6
469.8

Source : Institute for Construction Training and Development

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276 113.964 584.5 207. 227.850 495.3 308.688 549.461 195.5 219.737 Agricultural Exports 83.198 11.300 10.389 667.810 747.073 151.829 369.799 6. Rs.653 295.7 213.601 10.945 8.637 297.499 813.5 Sources : Sri Lanka Customs Central Bank of Sri Lanka .682 93.1 180.066.088 320.586 Tea Rubber Coconut Products Other Industrial Exports 61.2 136.833 457.260 7.053 7.707 Export / Import Ratio 0.426 583.1 Summary of External Trade 2001 – 2010 Item 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010(a) Exports.9 Terms of Trade (b) (1997 = 100) 99.674 12.525.6 182.611 217.276 716.8 102.441 Unclassfied 30.9 164.532 19.867 0.111 13.4 135.703 -647.169 19.400 12.021 185.574 285.3 153.945 200.242 25.207 -358. Mn.484 24.016 14.4 104.9 186.934 6.172 291.754 129.4 440.088 10.2 150.152 15.693 27.0 96.551 15.9 143.410 19.718 Intermediate Goods 306.173 7.9 180.81 0.784 380.9 138.69 Export Indices (1990/1997 = 100) (b) Unit Value Index 139.305 346. Rs.256 19.261 Investment Goods 96.592 -134.683 878.951 116.1 250.491 643.513 155.490 16.198 Balance of Trade.689 1.912 7.187 609.695 562.4 296.749 811.046 127.4 200.1 696.5 176.7 94.110 -404. Mn.376 19.5 164.58 0.138 891.9 338.327 7.579 845.403 98.636 18.4 116.552 3.870 193.272 6.72 0.004 640.2 136.480 236.923 7.781 10.403 6.1 129.656 146.4 Value Index 154.7 213.8 261.4 320.1 441.4 169.0 232. Rs.266 330.1 122.0 168.655 31.463 376.936 74.446 18.481 166.0 143.361 Textiles and Garments Petroleum Products Other Gems Other Imports.999 -588.2 120.580 18.8 Import Indices (1990 / 1997 = 100) (b) Unit Value Index 139.627 128.280 2.538 11.739 194.750 681.72 0.024 376.3 157.0 83.041 272.7 257.686 347. 430.3 159.157 4.565 137.027 248.967 638.171 -253.069 107.129 2.959 161. -102.171 2.5 168.438 222.593 36.323 -227.3 361.185 112.348 8.386 1.907 5.174 16.272 281.526 532.280 3.847 7.4 138.665 8.1 212.724 9.714 11.482 91.175 497.0 244.717 5.77 0.882 276.939 12.61 238.105 65.448 8.206 230.250.439 20.046 134.091 12.096 188.2 97.616 331.2 Volume Index 112.600 136.926 11.5 110.572 196.6 188.991 335.133 13.273 108.312 2.1 168.667 113.602 63.372 449.276 8.77 0.069 27.684 2.618 1.450 660.604 Consumer Goods 100.6 Volume Index 110.155 4.061 233.8 (a) Provisional (b) Terms of Trade = (Export Unit Value Index / Import Unit Value Index) × 100 78 100.089 13.360 232.082 -350.8 163.4 Value Index 156.0 233.902 12.6 141.67 0.External Trade and Finance Table 8.897 81.2 342. Mn.68 0.705 1.6 308.526.233 263.172.641 -148.5 148.0 103.898 15.009 8.931 489.146 395.359 1.338 10.453 11.489 943.657 383.8 154.8 152.363 169.911 937.003 6.253 89.204 875.

MT 1.635 23.191 9. MT ’000 295 292 298 300 309 327 312 320 290 Rubber. Mn.995 2. MT ’000 Rice 52 95 35 222 52 12 88 84 52 126 Sugar 420 554 509 438 418 525 481 575 467 559 Milk and Milk Products Milk and Milk Food (b) 52 61 64 54 53 73 66 67 65 Infant Milk Food.108 59. by CPC.592 993 47.232 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010(a) Food and Drink.219 –  –  –  791 3.496 117.191 28.961 Item 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 8.725 Cement.740 4.2 Selected Exports 2001 – 2010 Item Agricultural Exports 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010(a) Tea.288 864 75.052 16 147.229 13. Nuts 516 328 461 538 377 456 406 360 367 Vegetables.391 12.300 1.437 12.024 1.866 1. 432 Mineral Exports (d) 7.kgs.026 38.117 2. lorries and buses.853 2. ’000 kgs.628 13.892 –  –  –  757 5. 11.644 Betel Leaves and Arecanuts.929 3.646 4.942 41.005 12.089 (c) Products transfered to Lanka Marine Services Ltd.607 Precious Stones.018 18.151 1.425 Unmanufactured Tobacco.830 2. MT ’000 32 37 35 41 32 47 52 49 56 Coconut.617 Sources : Sri Lanka Customs Central Bank of Sri Lanka .742 15.161 7.443 76 911 Fish and Fish Products Fish Dried (c) Fish Other 37 51 52 43 50 50 99 48 49 61 24 24 24 26 27 35 29 27 49 34 Wheat Grain Pharmaceutical Products.106 (c) Including maldive-fish.708 422 8.849 2.819 1.098 1.383 993 78.396 226.200 104. MT 9.118 Naptha 81.278 686 Selected Other Exports.334 13.598 1.853 150.193 23.) 2.833 4.106 Pepper.004 –  801 554 4. MT 8 7 743 2.645 1.363 –  674 –  18.240 9.004 1.353 6.301 16.591 919 74. vans.066 1.257 70.578 1.059 1.528 157 11.248 10.874 1. MT ’000 Transport Equipment (No.814 12. (d) Graphite only –  –  –  766 5.954 2.393 808 1. MT 2.138 12.587 37. (d) Including motor cars.779 12.363 128.012 Motor Vehicles (d) Motor Cycles Tractors (a) Provisional. MT ’000 9 10 10 11 14 14 16 17 15 Fertilizer.426 18.External Trade and Finance Table 8.978 177. MT 728 511 621 813 355 1.130 8.052 4.749 12.071 11.806 118.915 7.465 6. Heavy and Marine Diesel 97.393 31.098 3.211 1.786 209.851 8.365 12.120 952 94. (b) Excluding infant milk food.398 14.170 272 1.005 –  –  5. sprats and smoked fish.190 14.487 19.027 20.273 12.968 1.015 6.013 Sesame Seeds & Other Oil Seeds.381 446 501 3.027 –  –  –  732 3.750 201. MT 10.686 Aviation Fuel (Avtur) 66.772 117.506 2.461 123.546 8.3 Selected Imports 2001 – 2010 4.416 989 Sources : Sri Lanka Customs Central Bank of Sri Lanka Table 8.824 13.399 1.008 2.200 2.839 Diesel (b) 45. Mn.343 1.628 949 2.863 Coffee. 79 1.423 1.775(c) 4.629 919 76. MT 1.893 1.176 34. MT 7 18 214 94 131 106 61 86 60 Cinnamon.025 11.428 26.181 1.376 6.913 12. 760 28.029 110.837 11. MT ’000 460 537 514 510 529 633 569 773 501 649 Crude Oil. MT 314 52 243 11.178 153. MT ’000 1..477 3.460 1.444 10.372 (a) Provisional (b) Auto.382 37.908 Textiles and Garments.

685 20.799 6.363 3.891 180.769 9.613 22.642 75.4 Imports by Major Categories 2001 – 2010 Category Consumer Goods Rs.305 Fertilizer Petroleum Chemical Elements and   Compounds Dyeing.359 1.987 166.618 1.004 640.487 40.324 34.172.212 6.987 15.720 1.287 8.250.708 15.195 5.658 Medical and   Pharmaceutical Products 8.073 151.154 35.517 2.210 32.101 38.071 64.854 8.112 54.963 576 321 23.480 236.020 50.127 39.810 747.461 195.186 99 11.434 26.042 6.329 156.743 86.536 153.090 61.741 3.386 14.746 4.060 47.055 20.677 19.781 10.197 18.572 Investment Goods 96.929 Tyres and Tubes 1.718 295.472 15.276 113.307 12.957 147.898 24.401 3.542 12.296 10.285 26.438 90.526. Tanning &   Colouring Materials Paper and Paper Boards Wheat and Meslin Textiles Other 6.647 14.311 3.294 4.033 32.057 3.956 8.810 36.152 15.853 123.491 643.999 584.190 7.679 160.549 189.656 146.292 2.725 29.890 3.223 4.540 3.261 875.411 Other 29.769 165.144 29.255 132.147 36.688 6.433 25.280 3.038 116.215 248.741 61 41.350 32.560 31.131 25.098 28.689 1.404 208.925 2.607 7.993 76.761 5.120 195.527 102.822 37.198 25.122 31.670 50.047 65.699 144.900 44.568 41.100 24.616 195 25.489 943.988 27.749 811.765 17.036 215.491 72.013 14.887 18.869 6.785 56.203 113.330 8.410 78.488 3.469 54.200 153.275 6. Million 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010(a) 100.572 196.103 52.627 8.111 29.627 113.048 12.243 2.784 380.941 20.200 13.165 27.634 10.422 276.449 61.736 16.235 7.841 51.621 321 17.673 969 122 10.420 364.482 4. Ceylon Petroleum Corporation Lanka IOC PLC Central Bank of Sri Lanka 80 .654 13.204 Food and Drink 48.637 297.061 233.117 4.973 10.414 6.013 346.066.386 1.476 136.226 30.606 24.887 Radio Receivers and Compounds 2.928 1.272 6.807 10.461 44.366 82.363 169.620 6.626 89.198 85.360 21.388 138.853 28.220 22.272 281.754 129.784 17.732 226 12.096 188.552 166.369 9.689 171.959 27.046 127.809 20.419 1.688 549.253 9.138 891.288 31.118 6.289 10.144 11.750 681.035 86.635 11.359 22.310 37.111 13.869 67.414 40.021 185.531 Motor Cars and Cycles 8.279 36.292 138.563 184.333 13.604 Building Materials Transport Equipment Machinery and Equipment Other Unclassified Imports Total Imports (a) Provisional Sources : Sri Lanka Customs Prima Ceylon Ltd.266 330.964 11.554 3.854 91.198 19.667 40.709 26.284 22.931 489.459 60.008 86.902 122.338 3.274 5.427 126.185 112.367 4.495 3.593 59.683 54.457 80.853 14. Serendib Flour Mills (Pvt) Ltd.705 1.303 13.907 5.547 31.952 39.102 21.168 21.769 3.701 8.410 22.013 7.991 Rice Flour Sugar Milk and Milk Products Fish Dried Fish Other Food Other Other Consumer Goods Intermediate Goods 306.538 136.198 532.175 341.533 7.010 91.021 6.744 2.562 17.439 36.415 107.363 20.741 37.603 4.525.256 17.196 11.879 11.732 13.611 106.748 819 194 11.117 29.369 83.967 32.315 32.928 110.783 117.External Trade and Finance Table 8.792 16.889 62.195 2.119 19.132 35.259 75.447 61.767 4.709 15.591 11.348 51.203 5.373 33.345 24.887 12.441 335.717 140.239 21.607 103.096 29.518 10.448 6.567 17.785 111 22.

662 37.869 4.650 0.0 10.5 23.725 11.133 24.004 2.912 3.0 9.126 0.510 23.2 1.334 5.959 1.4 3.865 19.522 4.1 650 0.021 1.2 67. India.2 1.7 6.S.9 8.594 8.919 1.327 0.299 0.2 11.3 1. Central Bank of Sri Lanka Denmark. (g) Middle Eastern countries are Baharain.4 35.430 5.311 33.760 0.602 0.588 1.3 0.8 6.952 186 0.1 17. Italy.766 1.3 0.438 0.7 7.6 6. Nepal.118 8. Nepal. Bhutan.4 0.903 5. Sources : Sri Lanka Customs (b) Provisional National Gem and Jewellery Authority (c) Members of the European Union are Austria.686 57.043 62.849 0.1 0.3 0.630 0.794 0.248 3.3 72.7 0.3 0.964 0.1 7.220 0.767 0.1 9.795 0.4 58.1 1.579 2.9 2.156 1.8 6.9 45. Kuwait.0 9.2 16.3 1.2 12.3 2.4 17.944 0.5 4. Sweden.3 3.7 22.5 50.085 5.1 44.8 6. Syria.2 1.753 0.650 0.947 9.306 1.177 0.9 7.471 0.497 12.885 5.405 1.618 13.4 5. Palestine. Ireland.166 0.5 3. Saudi Arabia.678 1.K.4 2.6 4.1 12.0 12.653 9.2 44.0 64.8 6.684 0. Cyprus.7 27.4 5.3 1.2 2.2 2.542 0. Ukraine and Uzbekistan.403 1.2 0.3 2.4 2.200 1.2 1.963 0.0 2.000 18.8 5. Iraq.389 50.9 56. Bulgaria.8 5.2 37.2 12.184 4.160 1. Bhutan.8 8.301 0.929 43.4 1.8 6.558 0.9 0.8 7.913 2.8 48. Belgium .799 5. Republic of Israel Japan Jordan Korea.4 47.6 0. Turkmenistan.412 2.2 1.766 6.5 0.9 9.6 4. Israel. Oman.824 10.040 6.8 6.2 0. Its members are Bangladesh.113 0.812 0.370 3.985 58.4 2.3 1. (i) Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation.9 112.286 6.191 0.0 16.845 1.149 0.926 0.517 0. South Korea and Sri Lanka.2 2.4 115.1 0.3 7.777 0.865 0. France.1 8. Slovania. Pakistan and Sri Lanka.3 4.6 2.0 10.569 1.3 2.5 52.7 318.877 0.986 0.018 1. (e) Revised (f) South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation.715 2.5 329.4 4.0 181.6 328.499 0. Lebanon.0 2.092 0.8 4.5 5. South Kuwait Libya Malaysia Maldives Mexico New Zealand Pakistan Philippines Poland Saudi Arabia Slovak Republic South Africa Spain Sweden Switzerland Syrian Arab Republic Taiwan Thailand Turkey Ukraine Other European Union (c) Asian Clearing Union (d)(e) SAARC/SAFTA (f) Middle East (e)(g) APTA (h) BIMST-EC (i) C.307 0.3 2. Iran.899 1.2 3.1 8.540 0.2 12.058 1.External Trade and Finance Direction of Trade – 2006 Country Value Largest Export Destinations United States of America United Kingdom India Italy Germany Belgium .320 5.326 8. Myanmar.4 0.0 76.8 202.672 0.885 7. Laos.7 4.7 22.0 7.082 0.9 2.227 0.4 3.2 68.125 13.969 6. Turkey.0 17.8 4.5 2006 – 2010 2008 % Value Rs.) are Armenia.7 4.739 2.385 0. Azerbijan.8 65.2 1.449 3.2 4. Egypt.746 0.9 50.231 8.270 0.3 0.632 1.6 5.9 16.938 1.215 5.9 13.2 1.9 4. Maldives.693 1. Bangladesh.3 5.540 5.1 8.025 0. Slovakia.2 41.2 2.0 840 0.0 8.146 374 0. Its members are Afganistan.455 2.2 1.607 0.855 0.2 2.4 313.8 3.4 3.7 23.3 2.2 1.2 48.637 0.966 1.654 6.8 0.943 1.2 0.633 0.4 0.016 1.664 0.122 2. 81 .6 98. Hungary.0 31.3 0.4 3.795 0.6 7.741 1.0 10. Netherlands.7 71.6 5.827 637 0.477 0.020 2.5 0. Its members are Bangladesh.304 0.379 6.768 0.477 1.551 9.404 0.437 5.432 8. Russia.6 10.3 2.1 1.465 2.8 112.355 5. (d) Members of the Asian Clearing Union are Bangladesh.7 5.1 66.7 7.791 0.669 1.655 14.4 4.872 0.3 3.7 0.2 19.294 6.440 12.618 1.879 7.842 0.156 37.0 17.422 0.1 1.572 0.879 2.276 5.408 0.2 1.641 0.1 217.570 0.4 15.7 43.3 2.917 0.285 4.8 41.3 3.2 0.3 2.829 4.338 4.004 4.3 118.452 8.5 6.488 6.942 0. Bhutan.5 4.6 4.7 6.157 0.0 7.2 2.9 17.983 6.2 20.7 4.243 0.603 0.133 0. Maldives.Luxembourg.5 0.5 5.2 67.969 2. Jordan.819 0.4 0. Million 2009 % Value 2010(b) % Value % 208. Finland.6 3.351 0.6 4.154 22.686 26.885 2.564 2.2 9.755 0.2 2. Spain and U.1 57.347 8.500 38.2 35.511 0.316 16.4 4.8 16.494 29.7 5.2 1.5 6.6 6.692 7.107 4.5 16.189 0.2 1.609 5. China.3 19. Countries (j) Exports(a) 2007 % Value Table 8.0 27.3 2.5 5.3 2.0 0.5 0.072 0.4 3.7 43.456 0.357 0.116 2.590 5.3 1.292 2.018 8.181 0. Greece. Kazakhastan.050 3. Romania.9 1.875 0. (h) Asia-Pacific Trade Agreement.925 25. India. Myanmar. Kyrgyztan.1 45. Portugal.630 0.7 27.6 6.1 374 0.9 5.660 2.286 0.824 3.2 52.4 12.4 29.2 198.034 0. Moldova.4 3.662 0.2 2.914 0.2 3.3 3.180 241.7 7.5 78.1 43.182 3.2 1.964 2.463 2.003 0.510 1.871 1.324 0.9 11.5 5.0 19.418 0.426 0. Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Qatar.7 5.216 0.169 2.426 6.2 46.1 510 0.8 6.004 2. Czech Republic.200 67.8 0.574 0.488 0.I.3 6.942 0.463 0.4 5.729 0.046 37.139 2. Iran.Luxembourg United Arab Emirates Russia Netherlands Singapore Other Export Destinations Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bangladesh Brazil Canada Chile China Denmark Egypt Finland France Hong Kong Indonesia Iran Iraq Ireland.607 0.279 0.8 7.1 17.3 53.6 4. Nepal.8 8. India.I.487 0.2 20.369 0.1 24.802 0.002 0.077 3.785 0.7 55.2 2.6 18.255 17.328 43.1 1.1 101.884 21.896 0.873 0.896 1.631 0.468 1.3 2.013 8.3 2. Tajikistan.067 0.239 0.4 3.944 0.3 5.2 2.628 7.4 3.044 1.5 60. Malta.529 0.0 39.027 2.472 0.819 0.392 0.133 2.704 7.3 2.4 50.5 4.870 0. Thailand and Sri Lanka.670 1.784 0.5 3.008 2. Georgia. Latvia.2 1.375 0.110 0.4 117.7 45.177 0. Belarus.294 3.306 0.6 8.1 1.207 0.9 0. Lithuania.S.263 0. Estonia.2 2.738 1.217 0.7 0.879 0.5 85.7 1.002 6.520 1.225 0.6 0. Poland.9 8.374 0.942 0.295 34.332 91. (j) Members of the Commonwealth of Independent States (C. India.3 2.734 6.998 0.7 8.2 1.225 2.683 5.0 0.3 2.5 (a) The countries which are not mentioned here are having a negligible amount of exports.4 0.060 0.2 2.5 5.365 0.5 6.3 4.142 1.9 6.998 0. Germany. UAE and Yemen.

379 7.7 242. India.325 111.9 397. Belarus.1 0.388 7.740 0.685 0. China.423 2. Turkey.356 1.1 0. Thailand and Sri Lanka.2 1.106 25.5 129.0 30.1 5. Romania. (j) Members of the Commonwealth of Independent States (C.210 78.4 22.036 0.3 213.8 8.1 2.1 0.042 68.133 81.3 2.123 0.2 1.819 146.388 1.K. Its members are Bangladesh.6 20.736 9.434 12.506 0.2 1.Luxembourg Brazil Chile Colombia Denmark Egypt Finland France Germany Indonesia Israel Italy Maldives Netherland New Zealand Qatar South Africa South Korea Spain Saudi Arabia Sweden Switzerland Taiwan Turkey United Kingdom United States of America Vietnam Other European Union (c) Asian Clearing Union (d)(e) SAARC/SAFTA (f) Middle East (e)(g) APTA (h) BIMST-EC (i) C.147 3.7 4.0 32.3 403.0 28.382 0.422 22.251 46.1 325.4 4.7 29. South Korea and Sri Lanka. Iran.2 3.8 122.877 15.989 0.515 10.2 2.0 45. Million 2009 % Value % 225.573 248.935 20.7 46.618 0.8 3.7 11.639 12.0 46.353 2.8 2.1 2. Russia. Syria.4 6.7 412.979 0.381 8. Saudi Arabia.5 30.414 3.052 2.2 2.6 182.1 2.7 9.739 2.311 3.4 29.807 1.818 1.4 0.0 53.8 24.4 177.706 3.328 1.385 2.4 28. Myanmar.428 31.3 5. Poland.452 0.6 22.179 17.3 28.484 30.252 2. Pakistan and Sri Lanka.3 2. Egypt.531 0. UAE and Yemen.9 0.1 1.727 0.0 25.895 21.298 1.6 2006 – 2010 2008 % Value Rs.370 2.3 3.575 0.294 0. Czech Republic.605 12.2 1.2 3.020 0.2 1.514 0.139 0.9 311.646 0.5 2.619 1.8 43.3 2.0 30.3 27. Sweden.862 0.163 15.696 1.5 0.3 407.0 25.347 0.151 0.448 5.2 30.627 0.4 19.171 2.2 27.873 0.786 0.5 0.7 123.3 0.2 Sources : Sri Lanka Customs Ceylon Petroleum Corporation Lanka IOC PLC Prima Ceylon Ltd.8 11.300 0. Kuwait.1 4.0 11.375 12.1 30.2 17.7 35.062 23. Oman.748 144 0.3 2.3 14. Myanmar. India.251 14.998 1.1 1.4 3.881 0.776 2.382 0. Bhutan. Iran.086 0.362 2.0 11.5 7.2 1.250 0.6 19.086 1.568 1.3 5.1 (a) The countries which are not mentioned here are having a negligible amount of imports.714 3.503 2.9 134.005 19.217 19.5 147.737 7.8 102.2 120.0 29. Kyrgyztan.1 31.613 2.8 20.426 244.083 2.742 23.243 4.1 0.9 46.592 1.167 0. Bulgaria.8 290.5 23. Bangladesh.) are Armenia.6 9.516 6.7 13.0 8 0.1 2.379 1.739 4. Hungary.239 2.688 0.5 18. Slovania. Belgium .475 46.8 29.257 1.0 30.3 11.0 118. Israel.163 327. Italy.3 3.715 1.741 0.5 6.952 8.084 0.178 0.3 525.9 222. Turkmenistan.144 30.127 23.7 31.920 0.3 3.621 0.107 2.4 4.039 0.2 2.4 22.362 0.326 1.5 0.181 6.4 17.0 11.4 75.2 4.0 23.0 27.348 2. Ireland.539 22.233 26.2 25. Jordan.0 236.4 1.592 3.530 0.106 8.067 928 0.9 21.533 2.309 0.8 23.9 428.572 2.847 1.0 0.4 93.3 30.539 3. Spain and U.9 1. Laos. Slovakia. Kazakhastan.374 2.553 2.862 2. Qatar. Netherlands.I. Portugal.486 10.3 31.434 14.5 38.653 32.160 2. Nepal.174 0.4 45.522 13.1 1.838 0.268 10.1 2.3 14. Maldives.248 4.405 33.828 2.114 2.3 4. Nepal.392 4.3 2.4 56.490 2.3 316. (e) Revised (f) South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation.2 8. Germany.3 19.934 1.4 6.3 4. Countries (j) Imports(a) 2007 % Value Table 8.S.070 3.219 1.0 518.092 2.833 1.392 0.7 328.358 32.259 1.588 0.948 1.0 1.0 25.2 2. Bhutan.770 34.1 373.2 8.667 1.643 1.045 4.9 0. India.418 0.2 0. Central Bank of Sri Lanka (d) Members of the Asian Clearing Union are Bangladesh.3 2.3 3.157 20.909 4.710 0. Its members are Bangladesh.2 1.273 3.5 16.7 31.3 7.687 0. (g) Middle Eastern countries are Baharain. Maldives.469 0.4 16.1 13. Estonia.3 1.301 14.0 23.0 17.7 8.857 22.160 0.5 0.5 103.4 339.0 462. Pakistan and Sri Lanka. India. Serendib Flour Mills (Pvt) Ltd.952 22. Palestine.9 59.6 30.3 17. Iraq. % Value 2010(b) 1.115 33.1 1.263 0. Azerbijan. Moldova.2 8.2 66.961 1.158 2.101 1.894 26.Luxembourg.578 25.900 7.2 6.0 2.6 173.090 2.501 2.448 10.796 0.359 2.5 209.9 118.592 23.2 1.887 2.3 653 0.208 9.861 1.7 41.010 13.4 2.825 1.2 19.5 174.063 7.5 0. Lithuania. Its members are Afganistan.317 0.1 3.1 65.238 1.750 0. Greece.858 3.3 21. Denmark.9 352. Lebanon.4 19.160 2.6 102.7 4.0 36.4 5.157 379.195 8.993 2. 82 . Finland.220 1.4 16.3 3.372 2.0 126 0.4 26.4 80. (h) Asia-Pacific Trade Agreement.1 36.820 0.1 1.7 154.035 2.5 33.588 0.612 4.0 0.9 31.2 1.5 22.External Trade and Finance Direction of Trade – 2006 Country Value Largest Import Origins India Singapore China Iran Japan Hong Kong United Arab Emirates Malaysia Thailand Pakistan Canada Other Import Origins Australia Austria Belgium .2 2. Latvia.676 15.1 2.798 0.154 20.355 1.0 29.176 0.292 2.5 4.3 3.547 28.7 8.770 1.5 3.6 22.562 0.2 288.693 0.2 3.523 103.1 12.141 0. (b) Provisional (c) Members of the European Union are Austria.5 29.860 2. Cyprus. Malta.1 1. Nepal. France.6 1.0 21.360 24. (i) Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation.4 5.3 4.1 8.I.1 2.7 35. Georgia.093 16.907 1.4 190.4 24.733 2.487 21.530 2.842 2.568 0. Tajikistan.0 0.1 140.292 0.840 0.100 2.935 11.329 28. Ukraine and Uzbekistan.2 0.577 1.S.073 0.449 24.516 1. Bhutan.

2 238.5 135.0 187.6 232.5 590.1 279.9 136.4 130.1 105.6 216.7 78.9 163.1 148.0 156.0 325.7 205.0 257.0 172.6 233.4 150.1 238.3 197.4 55.2 202.8 380.8 158.9 102.5 296.3 141.1 219.7 114.4 266.6 169.5 198.9 494.0 294.5 124.6 276.4 54.5 458.6 135.3 239.2 202.8 325.9 123.2 110.5 127.7 441.3 157.4 102.4 80.6 236.1 82.2 114.7 156.0 186.3 132.4 152.2 250.0 80.8 134.5 225.7 338.6 121.5 115.1 167.2 109.7 123.0 260.4 189.6 346.9 105.1 338.7 531.4 105.4 56.4 257.9 (a) Provisional 176.5 130.3 425.7 228.2 64.6 215.3 169.8 143.2 172.1 155.9 228.7 249.3 117.8 Central Bank Trade Indices – Value 2001 – 2010 Category Total Exports Agricultural Exports Tea Rubber Coconut Products Other Industrial Products Textiles and Garments Petroleum Products Other Mineral Products Precious and Semi-precious   Stones Other Total Imports Consumer Goods Food and Drink Other Intermediate Goods Petroleum Fertilizer Chemicals Wheat Textiles and Clothing Investment Goods Machinery and Equipment Transport Equipment Building Materials (a) Provisional 180.0 122.9 318.1 168.0 365.3 130.8 150.0 335.8 93.1 145.1 343.6 101.5 107.5 291.4 260.7 273.4 160.7 217.7 388.1 165.9 567.4 196.5 109.8 176.7 96.6 340.1 128.0 116.4 94.4 366.9 197.7 146.0 112.1 223.7 317.4 112.8 298.1 119.1 118.4 278.8 240.4 122.1 96.9 173.8 154.7 133.6 116.9 844.3 102.1 424.3 312.6 620.2 240.3 99.8 139.1 161.0 150.7 148.3 319.2 409.4 422.6 111.8 181.6 131.8 265.6 68.3 308.2 145.7 154.5 135.5 167.3 264.4 144.9 142.8 89.5 45.0 153.2 461.4 187.9 130.9 124.5 37.5 146.1 138.4 158.9 177.6 397.6 115.8 108.4 185.3 299.1 115.0 203.8 269.1 144.4 177.1 85.0 77.4 126.0 152.6 419.4 103.6 130.5 104.4 102.5 120.5 187.7 136.6 80.2 320.6 215.2 143.2 182.0 132.5 245.4 154.4 183.4 197.4 267.7 479.1 56.6 163.9 122.1 212.2 135.2 162.9 172.3 114.5 93.7 667.0 204.9 307.External Trade and Finance Table 8.3 244.3 307.5 228.9 139.5 155.5 199.9 236.3 193.6 112.5 152.2 246.1 99.0 314.9 350.5 279.2 191.4 434.4 1.4 145.2 244.5 612.3 141.6 112.3 249.5 55.2 268.1 275.9 72.6 120.5 259.6 61.3 323.2 122.6 346.3 186.7 413.5 229.5 135.9 187.8 143.1 213.2 94.8 159.5 162.6 99.4 134.9 108.0 122.4 184.3 53.2 163.2 109.6 154.9 1.4 120.2 261.7 195.6 511.8 267.0 428.3 319.1 133.6 148.4 220.3 1594.8 162.3 116.9 142.6 252.6 62.5 361.7 143.7 188.9 113.2 154.0 168.0 282.1 82.9 154.5 220.9 83.9 109.8 205.9 163.8 128.0 202.4 116.7 299.8 185.2 150.3 447.4 125.8 124.8 45.7 144.6 1.5 176.6 143.1 363.0 487.3 125.1 122.3 229.2 171.0 200.0 225.2 678.3 194.7 180.8 328.3 122.3 135.5 159.3 101.9 (1997 = 100) 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010(a) 156.3 342.5 202.0 187.8 104.4 146.9 93.7 276.1 117.8 Source : Central Bank of Sri Lanka 83 .0 119.2 466.8 57.7 162.0 137.4 320.1 358.5 377.8 144.9 Source : Central Bank of Sri Lanka Table 8.8 101.7 268.1 387.8 181.5 359.7 125.3 214.3 169.4 175.2 162.8 65.3 197.0 114.7 148.7 310.9 370.2 328.4 174.4 143.0 198.0 129.0 192.4 241.8 288.7 223.7 118.5 199.005.3 328.8 242.3 176.4 156.4 273.4 127.1 109.8 153.1 115.4 79.1 311.6 145.1 143.1 197.6 546.2 117.9 320.0 549.7 211.8 185.5 256.7 216.5 161.2 96.9 440.0 230.2 139.8 300.4 120.361.7 110.3 88.8 435.1 664.5 129.7 59.1 176.9 98.1 111.5 208.0 254.2 216.9 308.0 154.0 172.2 140.4 110.8 190.8 246.5 432.0 368.8 117.7 Central Bank Trade Indices – Volume 2001 – 2010 Category Total Exports Agricultural Exports Tea Rubber Coconut Products Other Agricultural Products Industrial Products Textiles and Garments Petroleum Products Other Mineral Products Precious and Semi-precious   Stones Other Total Imports Consumer Goods Food and Drink Other Consumer Goods Intermediate Goods Refined Petroleum Fertilizer Chemicals Wheat Textiles and Clothing Investment Goods Machinery and Equipment Transport Equipment Building Materials (1997 = 100) 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010(a) 112.2 152.9 161.9 243.0 216.8 164.8 180.8 287.2 130.5 239.0 148.2 134.3 159.0 184.1 322.2 103.8 125.4 157.1 244.4 164.4 138.6 328.5 131.5 131.5 143.3 257.9 163.8 122.7 114.4 104.4 55.9 325.4 305.0 128.1 274.9 570.6 132.6 92.6 125.6 109.4 547.0 58.8 309.9 254.4 147.2 116.9 96.5 391.1 208.3 111.5 206.6 120.4 129.3 415.2 91.7 127.2 539.4 266.7 499.1 111.6 197.3 290.3 163.2 145.2 125.8 125.9 160.8 309.6 138.2 182.9 177.9 109.4 407.5 185.9 134.9 356.9 253.6 116.1 110.7 153.1 440.3 61.1 114.3 215.6 99.9 132.8 262.7 45.1 143.4 143.7 169.8 267.2 225.7 621.8 166.7 225.0 354.6 636.1 125.2 135.361.0 115.2 343.8 162.6 135.3 124.3 126.3 694.3 155.

4 234.2 232.3 133.49 160.94 30.21 15.7 165.75 2.0 166.7 156.35 1.0 806.27 0.9 198.29 29.1 239.1 190.0 120.6 159.9 206.9 133.1 268.9 253.5 211.39 13.33 211.5 157.7 263.9 762.9 136.77 0.5 110.9 168.83 18.32 15.12 96.5 245.27 13.4 391.98 17.14 181.29 107.36 135.76 21.9 144.01 21.6 142.5 212.0 213.39 77.2 212.56 27.13 142.14 29.9 134.8 126.26 17.79 147.1 270.8 141.21 171.8 268.7 140.88 110.5 154.0 310.96 13.0 89.07 1.98 18.0 111.27 33.53 75.10 Exchange Rates – Year End 2001 – 2010 Sri Lanka Rupees per Unit of Foreign Currency Country Currency Australia Canada Denmark European Union Hongkong India Japan Kuwait Malaysia New Zealand Norway Pakistan Saudi Arabia Singapore South Africa Sweden Switzerland United Arab Emirates United Kingdom United States of America Dollar Dollar Kroner Euro Dollar Rupee Yen Dinar Ringgit Dollar Kroner Rupee Riyal Dollar Rand Kroner Franc Dirham Pound Dollar 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 47.4 172.5 176.0 269.20 96.1 138.2 140.66 88.6 234.84 50.3 134.80 163.6 254.7 173.6 152.7 197.9 238.49 74.1 125.87 84.5 182.8 133.56 13.5 375.0 103.75 16.45 50.54 86.21 20.48 201.15 1.9 140.5 152.3 180.6 161.24 398.0 83.51 30.34 172.12 0.9 135.06 93.6 143.9 211.1 175.6 673.6 188.36 394.9 166.97 398.86 1.62 11.26 2.07 14.1 361.6 156.4 146.6 141.5 139.9 177.7 258.36 1.5 305.7 111.71 303.12 35.51 15.2 186.3 217.4 132.6 99.29 22.2 109.45 2.6 138.79 56.3 164.5 222.8 305.75 29.98 141.1 193.9 116.7 278.0 269.3 107.53 24.5 167.76 28.89 63.86 2.5 166.2 137.78 11.1 432.92 27.1 142.8 270.1 179.4 200.6 169.5 182.0 137.78 92.1 135.95 Source : Central Bank of Sri Lanka 84 .75 114.4 265.4 230.5 141.85 77.5 135.2 166.2 217.3 150.34 155.58 65.8 169.5 196.91 1.0 540.8 160.1 131.60 12.6 180.74 26.4 188.44 30.6 138.97 26.32 13.6 106.7 235.7 137.7 207.59 106.7 94.9 181.1 140.25 409.59 86.External Trade and Finance Table 8.70 87.13 1.16 54.98 85.28 113.01 96.4 658.8 188.4 161.37 15.9 161.6 199.32 16.75 72.46 1.7 128.9 131.72 70.9 191.94 102.0 273.1 153.8 176.05 32.74 81.0 174.1 213.9 273.16 25.4 268.6 147.4 104.2 131.13 12.5 141.4 175.1 182.23 61.71 27.3 155.7 303.4 275.6 181.3 124.8 124.75 16.9 181.40 2.1 296.9 160.2 566.02 0.6 236.79 55.48 1.3 157.5 266.61 74.8 137.44 0.58 111.1 96.6 198.1 121.49 81.4 202.30 24.5 255.0 525.4 412.87 349.8 149.1 428.08 31.85 19.40 1.72 14.0 271.7 164.05 92.38 12.4 137.6 138.2 264.6 218.99 109.72 61.6 122.49 76.7 623.4 180.6 213.14 101.46 2.5 489.95 1.60 2.1 97.56 32.07 82.5 495.02 17.8 416.14 16.0 124.7 124.0 217.5 130.93 0.05 25.5 207.3 157.61 25.2 147.3 329.2 168.40 159.9 148.2 252.6 178.79 8.3 132.6 128.90 328.1 331.7 197.4 Source : Central Bank of Sri Lanka Table 8.86 14.60 217.3 140.1 144.7 207.3 168.2 147.3 193.21 120.2 82.56 14.41 110.3 108.39 16.3 156.8 100.2 132.80 175.63 18.0 126.9 149.82 323.2 141.43 15.9 238.6 149.9 165.27 1.46 63.56 58.9 207.38 112.4 173.71 95.4 281.17 2.68 10.8 258.74 16.5 159.20 11.45 14.3 197.69 25.6 536.33 81.9 274.45 118.4 219.0 159.8 176.13 1.8 102.50 30.1 181.00 163.52 38.6 168.02 69.91 372.6 320.1 136.27 11.60 12.7 244.1 208.1 189.99 75.4 163.2 222.6 166.1 167.02 354.6 214.94 2.5 746.39 15.4 417.64 1.65 101.6 234.7 148.5 96.91 13.9 207.2 226.36 30.87 19.1 421.37 104.6 229.3 251.2 150.19 28.9 196.72 78.7 188.4 164.83 110.22 92.9 Central Bank Trade Indices – Unit Value 2001 – 2010 Category Total Exports Agricultural Exports Tea Rubber Coconut Products Other Industrial Products Textiles and Garments Petroleum Products Other Mineral Products Precious and Semi-precious   Stones Other Total Imports Consumer Goods Food and Drink Other Intermediate Goods Petroleum Fertilizer Chemicals Wheat Textiles and Clothing Investment Goods Machinery and Equipment Transport Equipment Building Materials Terms of Trade (1997 = 100) 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010(a) 139.15 108.77 28.4 167.58 13.1 150.4 206.3 142.77 27.2 141.3 173.9 129.65 25.7 153.5 285.4 (a) Provisional 250.15 78.6 152.69 27.9 145.0 342.35 7.12 85.2 183.4 245.80 15.44 1.84 55.3 544.48 14.6 88.90 19.33 121.2 357.0 96.06 69.2 136.9 149.6 465.5 233.2 185.

980 123.06 Source : Central Bank of Sri Lanka (a) This presentation conforms as far as possible to the Balance of Payments Manual.456 32.52 101.837 74.542 197.281 435 -2.221 -7.514 -45.669 30.494 -36.746 112.112 49.183 18.6 -1.525.066 31.350 136.125 -60.7 -7.766 31.456 60.176 48.105 17.893 -3.427 89.643 669 25.276 716.108 -116.414 7.219 34.639 69. In addition.219 6.66 96.967 638.672 158.610 5.474 -48.441 40.766 18.974 5.5 -2.343 -21.082 36.365 78.669 201.881 33.735 1.319 26.008 44.5 -8.375 8.084 6.357 196.233 44.391 23.058 18.199 -64.124 -249.037 -404. Long-term (net) -22.049 3.352 39.523 109.974 48.920 119.103 1.706 -148.618 1.677 10.505 23.650 204.686 -6.523 103.757 Income (net) Receipts Payments Current Transfers (net)   Private Transfers (net) Receipts Payments   Official Transfers (net) Current Account Capital and Financial Account Capital Account Capital Transfers (net) Receipts Payments Financial Account -23.359 1.367 27.011 -20.090 53.789 -31.3 -4.655 -51.475 20.299 33.557 217.108 98.934 Government.242 -160.4 -10.592 -134.146 45.366 6.746 –  40.209 Short-term 16.524 10.568 114.311 Long-term (net) 14.539 123.974 2.0 -5.801 -410.287 -785 -26.7 -4.353 –  –  –  -7.010 26. beginning 1994.858 -23.252 -87.180 173.115 -24. million 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010(b) -102.108 25.599 2.739 18.555 44. 85 (d) US dollar values are converted into rupee values using period average exchange rates.772 268.142 –  –  9.233 51.805 22.477 29.743 -130.588 60.501 149.893 -10.109 2.521 -73.619 3.584 33.202 116.750 811.918 336.780 217.125 -22.768 28.837 103.867 430.051 -1.892 183.054 19.866 190.175 65.420 62.980 17.599 -10.877 120.911 17.610 -16.578 Monetary Movements (d) -29.499 813.774 1.684 288.96 80.710 104.765 Overall Balance (d) Average Exchange Rate Rs.629 33.501 139.4 -1.791 42.658 88.5 -1.221 114.868 23.267 101.768 46.579 845.343 -8.900 –  26.968 23.711 316.3 -3.577 136.634 -7.504 –  80.974 113. (b) Provisional (c) General and special allocations of Special Drawings Rights (SDRs) by the IMF.258 26.555 201.7 -5.11(A) Balance of Payments(a) 2001 – 2010 Item Trade Balance Exports Imports 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 Rs.928 174.224 121.3 -11.171 879 29.172.633 18.146 4.External Trade and Finance Table 8.416 -205.324 -227.723 6.678 26.505 –  1.292 –  –  –  –  –  –  -40.590 3.548 6.309 95.707 -588.426 197.091 38.213 -3. Long-term (net) 21.082 -350.768 –  –  -3./US $ Ratio to GDP in percentages (e) Trade Account Current Account Current Account without Grants 28.106 34.9 -11.978 193.046 13.123 97.959 200.889 -11.833 -30.9 -10.450 16.472 88. 5th Edition (1993) of the International Monetary Fund (IMF).038 34.623 -39.435 276.795 -315.8 -0.757 69.387 61.782 563 7.474 -33.174 74.054 46.694 75.735 154.948 878 2.125 30.650 36.460 63.385 32.578 382.837 –  7.180 15.934 35.94 87.457 72.291 21.843 9.0 95.640 -19.487 -2.911 937.401 -708.016 Outflows 26.962 38.987 17.648 -126.250.372 449.526.832 28.920 5.719 51.717 -420.245 Allocations of SDRs (c) Valuation Adjustments –  –  29.368 107.590 -14.744 –  –  –  –  58.984 Inflows 51.996 68.36 Errors and Omissions -19.6 9.259 162.426 583.379 96.802 142. Services and Income (net) -111.669 30.300 10.814 13.777 35.855 495.3 -8.051 -48.808 277.660 168.145 209 1.705 1.246 -155.760 278.241 475 87.818 46.287 38.830 31.814 31.201 31.692 120.508 101.158 345.271 Foreign Direct Investment 7.246 Goods.716 17.039 11.842 28.738 12.314 14.615 1.197 -14.298 33.678 43.690 144.193 Outflows 29.166 57.424 32.337 Direct Investment 15.982 3.561 643.006 276.737 532.025 Private.007 13.985 60.201 9.112 49.6 -3.1 -2.469 22.054 -105.867 Commercial Bank Liabilities (net) 18.551 69.240 407.138 891.002 –  –  272.880 74.932 122.534 303.691 48.033 18.199 -24.477 18.826 21.964 584.703 -647.503 15.62 108.625 -65.832 75.078 55.292 160.292 31.863 755 30.042 44.19 100. .565 25.249 162.521 20.925 26.270 17.9 -3.939 53.798 Commercial Bank Assets (net) 2.066 1.550 145.721 19.713 299.762 1.961 Private.032 50.683 878.386 1.385 255.380 -65.832 40.610 7.5 -0.681 -369.33 315.6 -0.7 -1.693 20.381 322.309 19.817 245.899 208.985 60.929 Government Short-term (net) 22.089 140.4 -3.167 7.498 413.765 89.768 622 6.813 36.971 97. (e) Based on GDP at current market prices published by the Department of Census and Statistics.937 106.146 7.249 -3.340 93.7 -10.002 -145.395 18.443 136.535 16.680 -16.465 1.090 -141 –  69.795 110.310 Privatisation Proceeds 7.4 -0.925 49.872 60.207 -358.974 Portfolio Investment (net) -1.557 2. Offshore Banking Units have been treated as a part of the domestic banking system.918 Inflows 4.240 1.008 –  –  9.836 84.604 Services (net) Receipts Payments 14.885 8.256 5.598 -55.877 -9.214 44.077 17.066.861 224.377 11.3 -9.685 55.043 154.022 4.795 65.843 38.709 78.768 230.50 33.509 2.133 89.639 9.688 15.582 107. Short-term (net) -3.378 172.967 465.356 157.416 -154.443 6.3 -14.740 -574.171 -253.088 -363.

004 1.625 1. In addition.9 -10.368 -1.402 -3. Long-term (net) Inflows Outflows Government.981 8.478 -3.251 548 548 – 31 199 168 672 1.202 -1.1 -2.876 164 182 19 2.6 -0.347 8. 5th Edition (1993) of the International Monetary Fund (IMF).552 -3.241 444 163 172 82 90 -257 44 301 249 575 326 201 -11 -42 183 71 – Ratio to GDP in percentages (e) Trade Account Current Account Current Account without Grants 257 1.712 -6.032 249 815 531 – – – 346 -537 -2.4 -0.594 291 303 12 233 247 14 – – – 508 907 451 451 – -35 139 174 491 932 441 610 51 -30 297 293 – – 1.307 13.311 1.974 -1.155 172 1.224 64 71 7 250 257 7 567 -502 205 96.312 Errors and Omissions Exchange Rate Rs.016 691 691 – 74 265 191 252 1.4 -1.091 -3.66 93 631 38 338 1.097 101 3.468 1.770 -2.151 302 1.205 8.904 2.4 -1.5 -1.085 10.660 -214 2.External Trade and Finance Table 8.656 7. Offshore Banking Units have been treated as a part of the domestic banking system.006 Monetary Movements (d) 419 1.0 Source : Central Bank of Sri Lanka (d) US dollar values are converted into rupee values using period average exchange rates.3 -4.503 -3.219 -5.369 2.517 680 227 217 10 14 169 155 439 771 331 -112 11 28 -354 202 – – 2.385 110.564 214 1.268 974 1. (b) Provisional (c) General and special allocations of Special Drawings Rights (SDRs) by the IMF.472 401 2.483 – -189 1.205 1.111 14.6 -3.370 6.828 798 234 234 – 11 197 186 553 747 194 176 60 16 -223 323 – 502 101 2.296 -5.3 -14.161 257 2.828 921 113.364 1.355 1. Services and Income (net) Current Transfers (net)   Private Transfers (net) Receipts Payments   Official Transfers (net) Current Account Capital and Financial Account Capital Account Capital Transfers (net) Receipts Payments Financial Account 204 1.079 984 1.253 -3.5 -1.4 -8.817 5.3 -11.968 233 1.5 -2.499 -1. Long-term (net) Inflows Outflows Short-term Portfolio Investment (net) Private.9 -3.3 -3./US $ 338 1.36 30 -648 74 64 74 81 6 379 648 – – – 36 65 71 6 – – 1.7 -5. beginning 1994.666 1.33 1.725 114.808 97 2. (e) Based on GDP at current market prices published by the Department of Census and Statistics.608 4.699 6.796 2.5 -0.775 1.290 618 577 101 20 -281 364 372 – -72 -105 -165 -501 -204 -531 501 100.94 -7.892 1.411 1.512 Income (net) Receipts Payments -267 108 375 -252 75 328 -172 170 341 -204 157 360 -299 35 335 -389 311 700 -358 449 807 -972 -32 940 -488 116 603 -572 323 895 Services (net) Receipts Payments Goods.122 7. Short-term (net) Commercial Bank Assets (net) Commercial Bank Liabilities (net) Government Short-term (net) Valuation Adjustments 295 1.3 -9.4 -3.108 -1.330 403 3.757 8.773 2.414 209 1.502 288 2.005 1.243 5.004 974 722 201 171 30 -33 101 134 554 913 359 -75 2 19 -94 -2 – -148 95.672 -2. 52 -1.96 1.012 Long-term (net) Direct Investment Foreign Direct Investment Privatisation Proceeds Private.603 391 1.7 -4.527 1.214 2.640 11.539 5.863 -3.725 -921 2.380 -71 722 326 185 181 5 -21 115 136 162 542 380 53 25 68 104 -145 – -127 1.5 -8.886 250 291 269 291 22 1.927 3.19 233 164 1.287 190 1.565 2.918 353 2.361 – -205 291 299 8 2.501 698 2.6 -9.8 -0.4 -10.106 -1.713 1.62 108.385 86 2. .097 1.11(B) Balance of Payments(a) 2001 – 2010 Item US dollars million 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010(b) Trade Balance Exports Imports -1.128 31 -215 -236 198 65 562 198 203 5 364 -220 220 89.50 204 103.9 -11.7 -7.883 10.736 1.207 -5.058 -6 228 -435 -98 1.540 1.52 101.06 -10.0 -5.133 6.406 4.460 665 334 -230 -1.028 -2.304 384 384 – 79 390 311 840 1.116 508 -650 -1.516 6.379 435 435 – 149 580 431 1.7 (a) This presentation conforms as far as possible to the Balance of Payments Manual.780 940 1.000 -2.059 807 466 60 594 210 -185 -213 – 728 531 -1.157 4.220 Allocations of SDRs (c) Overall Balance (d) 399 1.418 – – -338 269 278 10 77 3.350 1.

298 -33.457 224.950 381 604 455 509 4.353 2.757 1.619 1.800.369 –   –   1.817 92.604 -843 –  658 658 –  508 –  23 26 32 1.789 –   1.469 71.6 41.061 436.411 43.625 1.791 Rs.181 2.5 31.350 218.654 1.408.066 192.352 –   2.0 31.948 511.633 2.180 -3.082 –   40.215 6.259 –   -16.796 50.016 -511. (d) Index indicating pressure on the Balance of Payments is derived as follows : External Resources Gap × 100    Foreign Receipts 87 Source : Central Bank of Sri Lanka .319 371.176 –   -73.678 1.380 1.515 716.133 316.989 -35.472 1.168 270.765 38.979 39.533 -8.313 382 703 229 –  6.368 1.158 54.127 74.980 12.465 -1.540 -1.579 168.596 2.658 1.830 –   -1.237 293 364 -185 -98 815 212.216 1.1 22.958 2.833 3. Sri Lanka rupee and US dollar values include revaluation effects due to changes in the IMF representative rate.033 95.857 –   –   2.828 46.474.423 15.883 7.457 3.124 -3.178 332.422 –   431.718.268 24.758 16.072 –   –   2.7 35.5 35.253 11.172.939.4 24.705 173.615 142.445 -6.808 1.025 51.817 879 154.082 -73.354 Private Sector Direct Investment Portfolio Investment Commercial Borrowings and Suppliers’ Credits Short-term Commercial Banks 1.845 22.158 46.839 360 -320 326 -6 -13 -20 728 –  728 346 –  346 (a) Provisional (b) Includes receipts under the Stand-by Arrangement facility of International Monetary Fund (IMF) in 2009 and 2010.345 2.406 53.560 845.943 1.246 5.325 –   3.603 1.928 480 603 752 404 478 355 423 548 375 819 139 199 264 390 579 692 868 2.683 196.281 75.909 58.618 1.101 327.959 845.948 Financing of Resources Gap Government Grants Project Aid Other Long-term Short-term 3.774 84.693 239.828 41.503 59.058 333 377 550 401 1.814 1.307 1.830 -16.877 Balancing Items Valuation Adjustments Errors and Omissions -106 –  -106 -165 –  -165 -537 –  -537 -1.840 -23.124 1.232 133.161 2.640 8.170 66.222 65.911 937.480 111.501 1.272 73.999 -400.912 1.142. (c) Includes general and special allocations of Special Drawings Rights (SDRs) by IMF.091 10.207 13.365 13.267 31.5 24.817 -845.770 700 807 940 603 895 257 288 353 403 508 8 10 12 14 19 1.534 –   80.249 50.199 1.250.802 32.390 3.091 1.0 21.608 31.12 Financing of the External Resource Gap 2006 – 2010 Category 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010(a) 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010(a) US dollars million Foreign Receipts Exports Services Income Current Private Transfers 10.343 –   –   External Resources Gap -3.775 2.818 465. million 1.368.551 36.253.385 77.534 40.508 382.858 44.356 Other -42 –  –  18 -101 35 6 -507 –  –  19 -672 134 11 -16.066.111 7.6 60.107 1.287 22.External Trade and Finance Table 8.889 –   1.259 80.839 39.091 -297 281 -210 435 -249 –  –  –  –  –  1.8 29.365 101.776 1.964 46.552 -79.900 -7.199 69.447 58.080 46.762 1.623 101.244 42.142 72.240 57.512 1.797 81.523 -716.747 156.525.309 59.8 42.798 396.3 29.523 444.502 2.918 3.816 73.164 205.330 4.468 311 449 -32 116 323 2.8 35.034 37.078 379.121 71.6 51.965 167 -301.500 49.370 813.115 356 660 630 469 7.116 1.234 34.104 137.757 34.757 -4.900 2.386 162.085 8.166 Foreign Payments Imports Services Income Current Private Transfers Private Capital Transfers Capital Repayments Investment Outflows Commercial Banks Progress Payments 14.842 203 517 1.004 1.499 217.5 59.604 172.303 4.427.881 26.213 276.285 458.836 65.445 3.140 -75.396 41.487 -5.598 200.868 21.357 -11.378 278.878 -26.390 -332.485 -2.0 IMF Darwings (b) Allocations of SDRs (c) Private Capital Transfers External Official Assets Asian Clearing Union Other 3.937 716.737 217.637 878.526.308 -17.795 202.001 12.104 -431.871 298 673 1.604 10.318 1.271 127.176 Pressure on Balance of Payments (d) With Aid Imports Adjusted for Aid imports 28.872 14.7 35.892 2.655 -57.145 123.735 3.104 16.817 234.959 13.608 -185.343 51.524 14.934 139.296 14.016 210.107 -3.899 38.671 34.506 39.746 28.948 432.265 20.480 1.892 89.4 29.420 3.0 51.435.

2 Australia and New Zealand 1.0 1.736 11.967 23.1 1.282 160.0 18.116 Percentage Share Middle East 60.315 12.8 0.5 6.871 111.9 4.0 1.9 3.232 1.1 North America 7.2 3.956 465.451 1.921 3.2 4. 60.3 0.039 229.663 276.823 18.9 18.165 1.204 3.290 195.905 2.396 3.9 100 Source : Central Bank of Sri Lanka 88 .943 18.0 1.615 16.349 2.901 69.089 1.0 0.118 382.180 1.5 0.941 2.696 8.353 6.9 1.266 1.426 123.9 Other 0.1 5.5 6.0 4.0 3.346 56.214 2.0 4.477 4.201 1.8 0.287 1.001 6.547 1. million Middle East 62.2 1.9 55.4 0.288 27.1 1.5 1.686 55.0 1.256 224.254 Other 996 1.734 12.0 1.391 1.691 10.728 316.772 2.8 57.3 59.351 South Asia 603 860 1.918 2.579 77.8 Other European Countries 5.8 1.2 5.198 6.107 1.3 17.6 0.594 Australia and New Zealand 1.5 1.264 1.0 0.372 US dollars million Middle East 703 770 804 868 1.883 5.0 59.0 20.546 Other European Countries 5.995 European Union 190 220 253 286 355 411 500 525 603 North America 81 87 90 105 125 119 105 114 127 Other European Countries 60 66 107 122 125 132 125 117 137 South East Asia 22 24 27 32 38 52 75 90 100 Far East Asia 61 63 69 76 86 110 135 175 203 South Asia 7 11 12 13 19 22 25 32 40 Australia and New Zealand 14 14 16 23 29 28 33 55 57 Eastern Europe 4 5 6 7 10 11 10 12 12 South & Central America 12 13 14 15 19 22 20 23 28 Other 11 14 16 18 24 22 23 29 30 Total 1.1 South Asia 0.414 1.918 3.0 3.4 0.1 1.183 136.3 1.1 17.680 75.801 279.161 2.134 1.987 35.9 Total 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 (a) Provisional.247 2.634 7.External Trade and Finance Table 8.6 3.8 56.1 7.330 2.941 2.0 2.914 42.287 North America 7.581 2.0 1.912 2.5 4.0 2.0 0.4 3.3 0.9 1.234 1.9 1.1 58.006 6.8 0.660 24.9 0.0 18.956 3.9 European Union 16.1 5.1 1.474 724 140 165 144 247 58 82 12 35 35 4.4 2.445 Total 100.392 8.5 0.280 10.427 2.438 158.491 3.123 1.836 12.045 19.13 Workers’ Remittances 2001 – 2010 Region 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010(a) Rs.623 12.745 1.9 1.307 1.8 59.9 4.458 14.4 0.298 European Union 14.502 2.515 9.3 18.247 2.7 6.356 11.618 13.922 6.645 15.022 8.302 9.294 1.042 1.1 1.501 1.767 3.704 13.502 189.364 28.161 3.588 3.1 1.3 1.247 2.905 15.0 0.508 Eastern Europe 381 479 614 702 971 1.340 South & Central America 1.0 6.9 2.5 5.4 0.6 7.5 5.0 0.4 6.301 12.695 South East Asia 1.4 South & Central America 1.5 19.319 2.329 14.4 4.0 Far East Asia 5.9 1.643 12.9 0.1 3.688 81.4 6.484 Far East Asia 5.0 6.179 128.1 17.9 1.5 1.7 Eastern Europe 0.4 0.297 8.800 11.564 1.8 6.529 3.579 87.9 4.5 56.1 South East Asia 1.597 6.0 1.8 6.

540 2.571 385 37.023 77.349 65.235 2.560 82.064 177.126 513 43.228 16.618 128.534 382.8 46.626 25.761 53.011 2.355 24.457 35.1 53.068 223.712 11.808 213 34.898 404.236 10.611 1.340 3.677 36.094 342 40.668 112.802 298.433 89. 52.480 173. % Employment in Tourist Industry Direct Employment Estimated Indirect Employment Gross Tourist Receipts Rs.068 5.299 9.3 45.319 5.9 48.759 46. Mn.758 363 42.863 783 242 14.218 27.572 20.134 124.14 Tourism 2001 – 2010 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 336.1 43.105 13.250 4.500 834 256 14.135 51.261 38.308 559.879 96.473 13.110 29.695 89.497 15.640 6.890 211.137 26.793 45.856 110.818 626 223 13.500 2.351 198.446 22.038 125. (c) In graded establishments only.030 5.946 5.554 16.627 196.738 25.981 52.229 60.209 22.776 236.899 55.049 208.983 19.855 2.965 26. New Zealand and Fiji Islands.766 52.322 26.479 4.549 429 555 634 741 705 775 3.236 6.378 244.924 21.962 4.776 23.2 43.345 13.095 119.116 8.820 5.595 455 222 13.818 25.603 494.475 447.210 42.108 69.654 80.374 265.904 93.321 392.836 3.2 59.766 331.188 22.272 72.919 77.351 242.821 46.202 549.558 145.511 585 240 14.451 414 211 13.739 617 300.480 50.231 5.710 38.1 80.839 26.492 6.970 132.869 25.553 63.461 28.270 54.141 1.516 51.223 5. (b) Includes Australia.162 24.538 83.290 37.968 498 233 14.895 3.828 72. US $ Mn.021 196.740 749 241 14. 2001 Table 8.084 63.124 40.961 92.666 220.978 33.344 253 14.989 5.526 11.232 8.4 70.116 37.489 12.698 871 2010(a) 654.308 620 516.909 84.127 22.714 28.642 566.558 59.External Trade and Finance Item Total Tourist Arrivals Tourist Arrivals by Region Europe Asia North America Australasia (b) Middle East Africa Latin America & Caribbeans Tourist Arrivals by Purpose of Visits Pleasure Business Other Excursionist Arrivals Total Charter Carrier Arrivals Establishments Providing  Accommodation Graded Establishments Rooms Beds Supplementary Establishments Rooms Beds Annual Room Occupancy Rate (c).174 500.586 410 42.732 143.216 37.238 321.476 292.549 441 (a) Provisional.948 13.318 3.741 952 1.008 438.545 335.722 71.079 358.133 350 65.085 55.789 10.481 242.055 18.311 24.018 575 Sources : Sri Lanka Tourism Development Authority Central Bank of Sri Lanka Note : The term “tourist” is used to describe visitors who spend one night or more in the country.032 199 230 265 345 415 508 513 578 629 530 2.707 74.537 8. The term “excursionist” identifies those who do not make an overnight stay but spend several hours in the country. 89 .238 123.712 2.962 3.719 98.066 115.654 11.915 5.071 47.327 442.132 202.534 15.306 52.042 174.117 758 245 14.544 6.432 87.991 1.004 133.151 429 42.604 27.323 28.226 129.463 10.540 29.793 28.194 54.649 60.4 47.170 112.465 75.794 393.

3 57.663 28. Source : Central Bank of Sri Lanka 90 .195 631.006 50.759 92.023 94.103.119.418 1.441 50.574.324 23.790 48.3 9.679 1.038.290.7 10.5 38.245 844.424.729 97.8 68.5 7.577 112.   Services.490 551.272.403 1.153 885.159.054 37.159 2.073 701.658 1.4 43.501 58.7 13.1 15.701 20.817 994.952 1.623 25.095.142.079 165.316 96.521.644 1.378.570 82.584 721.748 100.1 42.3 6. Income and Private Transfers 664.9 69.881 1.400.328 20.289 1.6 9.203 90.203 19.125 85.408 912.031.846 1.145 28.809 41.227 87.155 1.543.0 15.341 159.714 793.944 27.491 1.15 External Debt and Debt Service Payments 2001 – 2010 Category   2001 2002 2003 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010(a) 730.570 58.088.0 59.4 72.986 42.912 39.893 55.376 26.0 11.318 62.313 2.116 59.553 27.718. million Short-term Debt Total Debt Outstanding % of GDP Debt Service Payments Amortization Interest Payments 634.608 110.9 10.990 42.599 57.3 43.511 195.702 154.913 145.178 12.959 1.286 120.751 1.502 33.380 1.715 19.303 27.433 996.065 42.0 56.787 58.5 74.8 47.186.2 13.368.648 779.956 852.9 10.408.041.207 123.398 101.3 9.930 52.935 67.2 65.783.443 48.729 1.549 738.410 290.579 784.427.175 1.515 1.698 22.610 49.588 38.309 571.9 42.014 55.932 1.556 1.670 136.7 Government Debt Service Payments   (As a % of Total Debt Service Payments) 55.726 955.5 (a) Provisional (b) Debt service ratios calculated in rupee values and US dollar values differ due to variations in exchange rates during the year.713 129.0 67.581 1.825 1.709 978.933 68.429 71.External Trade and Finance Table 8.201 354.731 116.370 Debt Service Ratio (b) Debt Service as a % of   Exports and Services Debt Service as a % of Exports.697   Earnings from Exports of Merchandise and Services     Receipts from Exports of Merchandise and Services.704 73.8 44.502 59.150 902.937 67.654 2. Income and Private Transfers 13.966 66.075 79.780.500 57.449 External Debt Medium and Long-term Debt Government Public Corporations and Private Sector With Government Guarantee Without Government Guarantee IMF Drawings 2004 Rs.255 76.6 11.933 1.461 1.121 22.521 165.727 184.527 53.207 1.2 10.5 56.1 11.222.319 35.311 57.0 66.463 49.7 13.216.883 54.251 32.883 1.9 12.552 95.091.1 19.637 1.134.709.0 56.

677 137.446 170.849 132.415 13.436 157.791 39.425 -131.292 13.127 113.020 22.033 31.566 440.463 31.934 42.998 19.514 73.744 102.487 2.967 197.491 90.615 91.511 Net Foreign Assets of the Central Bank 84.860 292.274 37.492 218.037 99.952 38.452 685.967 197.879 1.591 14.785 115.927 156.015 505.612 334.290 102. Million 2005 2006 132.533 148.423 112.306 Other Assets Less: Other Liabilities Total (Reserve Money) 43.669 16.537 Factors Determining Reserve Money Total (Reserve Money) 6 360.053 82.348 1.511 (a) Provisional Source : Central Bank of Sri Lanka 91 .528 246.642 55.094 76.311 86.535 70.192 208.083 21.836 Advances Cash Items in Collection 71.376 164.218 14.231 2.173 77.326 3.370 148.481 357.070 18.446 284.1 Reserve Money 2001 – 2010 Item 2001 2002 2003 2004 98.451 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 34.157 412.150 1.561 65.601 13.221 13.709 40.522 126.846 30.025 88.522 126.881 77.683 862.944 16.932 239.853 Deposits of Govt.051 65.693 196.135 58. Guaranteed Securities Gross Credit 71.102 120.413 150 30 30 30 2.275 41.Money and Capital Markets Table 9.104 9 17 20 7 12 8 3 15 22 112.144 74.086 42.909 Rs.536 130.596 151.718 108.722 22. Deposits with    the Central Bank Central Bank Credit to Financial Institutions 91.069 42.590 39.212 88.352 109.102 0 0 Less: Govt.016 85.328 -88.677 236.243 12.301 201 569 523 920 1.588 278.220 173.410 141.932 239.876 35.536 11.343 114.929 -65.364 186.460 0 Net Other Assets of the Central Bank -56.005 Government & Govt.430 255.149 108.942 101.977 2.484 82.582 111.076 35.919 137.137 2.443 17.181 31. Agencies with the Central Bank 76.461 360.652 147.807 -224.863 264.334 325.840 216.419 268.425 303.707 147.234 -218.202 Foreign Assets Less: Foreign Liabilities Net Credit to Govt.863 264.468 2. by the Central Bank 84.240 2007 2008 2009 2010(a) Reserve Money Currency Holdings Public Commercial Banks Commercial Banks’ Deposits with the Central Bank 35.507 -61.099 217.730 75.419 268.098 73.925 229.813 142.407 177.295 273.079 217.240 114.410 141.746 49.425 303.204 60.343 112.899 -75.679 76.308 4.549 26.331 11.183 155.367 135.184 99.597 65.446 170.537 360.086 104.894 79.023 181.667 75.883 -105.679 -118.308 75.346 117.

153 734.098 664.405.099 217.283 338.840 22.527 239.330 124.390 88.041 366.675 1 13.147.92 Source : Central Bank of Sri Lanka Note: Monetary data from 1990 have been reclassified to be consistent with the standard international practice.070.897 143.955 680.03 4.30 16.25 3.137.230 733.437 855.511 592.657 -497.710 407.26 3.000 2.11 1.029 1.352 109. which were issued by the government to the two state banks.199 541.941 1.6 million.02 4.02 5.88 4.717 415.236 1.13 4.942 101.079 217.194 1.36 3.522.019 32.784 1 18.843 494.29 13.931 993.666 166.801 179.682 778.237 28.11 4.837 154.429 593.656 127.034 419.78 5.164 386.652 Demand Deposits 170.105.268 1.088 430.111 499.243 64.093.104 190.32 3.219 670.076 155.426 1.411 141.14 4.305 1.776 1.264 1.669 15.867 76.397 129.17 1.66 2.760 358.303.553 261.95 5.181 1.554 390.392.034 17.587 270.39 12.863 264.693 122.826 753.04 4.025 65.16 5.Money and Capital Markets Item Table 9.048 367.858 1.138 622.419 268.77 2.2 Money Supply 2001 – 2010 Rs.45 3.793 -208.295 28.628 157.08 1.375 126.147 185.240 173.091.659 15.894 93.340 1.423 112.806.920.333.425 303.952 1.365 429.192 Held by the Government Held by Commercial banks Held by the Public Held by the Government Held by Commercial Banks Held by the Public 1 11.256 1.879 1.934 82.747 687.444 42. (g) Ratio of GDP to Money Supply (Average).085 73.220 135.395 580.630.632 1 22.784 -142.236 167. This amount.747 687.463 147.01 1.03 1.404.67 5.693 856.430 255.45 2.465.144 72.488 404.194 1.01 4.06 5.022.866 1.019 1.550 1.210 129. (a) Includes assets / liabilities of National Development Bank which merged with NDB Bank Ltd.395 580.453 230.212.191 791.782 1.045 Held in Rupee and Foreign Currency Deposits 426.799 450.182 35.651 25.02 5.516 371.016 75.608 -330.045 181. (d) Total Narrow Money + Total Quasi Money (Rupee and foreign currency deposits held by the public with commercial Banks).99 3.352 218.16 4.181 147.142 260.048 256.561 88.536.284 864.73 16. have been converted to Treasury bonds upon their maturity in October 2006.029.755 1.80 Velocity of Money (g) of M1 of M2 of M2b 12.01 2.808 1. (b) Time and Savings Deposits held by the Public with Commercial Banks.447 170.469.927 1.964 822.909 132.367 114.575 254.10 1.684.742 1.967 27.615 -139.134 556.040 102.605 181.070 1 13.577 327.282.264 1.785 115.364 186.169 Underlying Factors M2 Net External Banking Assets Domestic Credit Net Credit to Government By Central Bank By Commercial Banks (e) Public Corporations Co-operatives Other Private Gross Credit to Private Sector Other items (Net) (e) Total: Broad Money Supply (M2) Reserve Money Money Supply (12 Month Average) M1 M2 M2b –  39.552 -388.549 37.465 1.184 85.028.541 284.005 225. (e) Restructuring bonds worth Rs.625 143.515 212.742 1.813.34 3.150 1.30 3.804 74.291 13.906 -452.717 548.149 101.654 471. (c) Total Narrow Money (Currency + Demand deposits held by the public) + Time and Saving deposits (Rupees) held by the public.838 417.104 216.578 153.34 4.644 1.410 11.468 1.277 263.400.416 1.932 239.023 24. Million 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005(a) 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Monetary Aggregates Currency in Circulation 76.258 1.74 2.277 1.41 12.448 239.942 119.63 2.69 2.673 362.19.464 1.204.511 Money Multiplier (f) : of M1 of M2 of M2b 112.635 188.043.000 112.14 1.911 15.602 84.39 3.928 483.535 77.09 1.899 -151.004.830 1.282.536.05 11.005 76.638 -175.041.010 1.829 679.993 1.216 1.643 1.453 1.805 1.92 5.989 88.613 901. with effect from August 2005.855 858.408 80. 92 .494 1.135 1.592 277..240 99.665.148 525.409 –  31.016 479.580 881.37 2.323 161.300 –  35.575 526.10 1.537 360.436 157.608 628.662.331.871 1.73 3.070 24.286 84.392 1.200.211 328.49 12.487 602.726 510.590 181.722 250.755 Consolidated Broad Money Supply (M2b)(d) 549.803 308.69 2.308 98.813.576 944.839 513.788 101.920.138.64 3.233 91.019 513.666 1 26.515 168.545 -381.611 160. which previously appeared under Other Assets has been included in Treasury Bonds since October 2006.171 70.520 428.323 336.685 266.878 1.059 173.701 259.690 365.412 933.948 1.536 29.582.08 5.736 1.147.601 1 16.245.812 210.934 1.945 1.522 126.967 197.361 161.095.985 116.31 5.723 587.90 15.495 717.726 510.528 1.067 22.840 56.931 993.870 Quasi-Money (b) Held in Rupee Deposits 328.210 139. (f) Ratio of Money Supply to Reserve Money.437 Narrow Money Supply (M1) 122.308.964 822.55 12.706 1.111 108.842 1.459 Broad Money Supply (M2) (c) 450.349 366.475 507.

408 (a) Includes assets / liabilities of National Development Bank which merged with NDB Bank Ltd.495 4.966 444.536 56.130 110.076 1.869 634.665 Quasi Money (QM) 426.237 39.760 688.768 -3.457 -14.549 190.6 million. This amount. with effect from August 2005.068 640.523 4.942 1.202 505.934 1.701 114. 93 -431.323 -6.792 220.516 357.269 619.495 717.426 1.419 -164.005 531.194.022.807 884.693 120.033.194 -87.463 Commercial Banks (b) Domestic Banking Units Foreign Currency Banking Units -10.069 161.085 31.935 -16.074 801.453 1.806.866 1.261 18.058.3 Rs.786 1.709 192.776 77.149 680.254 84.811 22.405 -13.191 227.157 412.635 85.104 -262.192 28.535 116.185 76.575 88.879 7.288 1.522.021 36.870 407.361 75.295 32.408 Monetary Survey (M2b) Net Foreign Assets 74.043.144 -82.079 273.462 108.397 76.934 17.184.189 1.927 49.840 154.643 Narrow Money Supply (M1) Currency Demand Deposits 122.185 150.067 39.393 506.034 188.592 147.925 229.599.395.141 93.778 50.019 1.852 550.802 1.456 993.021 -66.137.776 1.346 117.655 -189.495 717.748 2.031 28.138 622. Million 2002 2003 2004 2005(a) 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 266.876 680.446 582.611 100.927 148.644 1.233 -254.311 84.071 31.550 1.488 111.684.894 550.651 1.574 78.855 858.376 164.277 1.144 112.423 858..176.Money and Capital Markets Item Broad Money Supply (M2b) 2001 – 2010 2001 Table 9.651 74.856 445.556 254. which previously appeared under Other Assets has been included in Net Credit to Government since October 2006.515 -246.838 126.021 31.685 135.453 99.934 122.292 64.313 41.236 108.508 46.907.010 15.694 196.155 856.382.497 -11.095.020 124.169 2.923 -10.245.404.550 1.861 Claims on Government (Net) Monetary Authorities Commercial Banks Domestic Banking Units Foreign Currency Banking Units 201.519 1.352 365.643 167.644 -503.192 216.658 -76 2.333.575 112.499 1.318 72.323 155.674 139.169 2.416 1.233 0 141.351 249.060 82.023 122.404.087 101.993 1.134 556.022 160.347 143.992 77.907 217.576 944.219 670.585 -199.880 377.464 Net Domestic Assets 475.379 -84.565 74.967 -125.741 37.838 -304.183 119.009 511.555 -128.138 622.544 -181.145 49.371 367.019 1.093 170.277 1.191 791.159 1.713.764 14.409 277.966 -452.421 60.493 69.776 1.204.842 1.385 1.759 Source : Central Bank of Sri Lanka .404.823 176.632 259.087 Total = Broad Money Supply M2b 549.300 336.597 -94.459 1.410 6.070 116.321 404.289 112.754 328.517 -153.912 16.216 Domestic Banking Units Foreign Currency Banking Units 395. (b) Restructuring bonds worth Rs.410 -177.872 895.521 91.423 175.808 -196.444 430.350 -93.555 25.784 136.003 1.236 42.291 1.097 -81.117 -9.921 -195.112 -207.171 27.029 14.360 1.897.602 -48.233 73.928 483.601 1.659 37.595 Credit to Private Sector Domestic Banking Units Foreign Currency Banking Units 396.991 15.855 820.607.317 154.216 -1.558 -61.669 -29.427 Domestic Credit 638.672 15.769 56.942 244.149 134.413 734.788 67.596 151.700 401. 19.080 -352.926 18.205 1.736 374.371 Other Items (Net) (b) -163.877 43.522.027 1.796 Broad Money Supply M2b (M1+QM) 549.310 526.905 73.967 39.644 1.267.455 -29.994 70.784 230.333 -70.460 -548.782 1. which were issued by the government to the two state banks have been converted to Treasury bonds upon their maturity in October 2006.669 88.406 160.175.091.218 201.806.326 109.029.601 76.469.022.392.291 417.099 -6.396 731.258 13.733 -6.911 132.262.167 11.948 1.494.210 65.895 Monetary Authorities and   Domestic Banking Units Foreign Currency Banking Units -79.380 Credit to Public Corporations Domestic Banking Units Foreign Currency Banking Units 40.625 81.330 -58.974 519.867 -168.091.483 627.330 171.534 -55.067.101 101.270 -74.526 172.438 -348.204.860 292.951 49.442 Monetary Authorities 84.214 -64.445.710 181.

27 5.33 2.25 5.16 Source : International Financial Statistics.00 13.0 15.73 –  –  –  16.28 3.72 4.00-23.40 10.57 8.00 7.0 12.50 6.50 7.15 2.34(Dec) 9.15(Dec) 8.02 7.00 5.00 10.24 7.27 5.91 7.30 7.00-39.50 5.10-25.25 Repo Overnight Inter-bank Call Loans 12.31 13.10(Dec) 12.05 0.22 9.87 1.00 Unsecured Loans 12.50 12.50 8.00 9.00 8.00-22.50 11.25 15.00 15.00-10.91 7.33 14.25(Dec) 12.92(Nov) 15.50 5.50 2007 15.50 1.25 11.32(Oct) –  11.00 5.00-13.17 11.45 1.05-18.19 0.99(Oct) 20.60 7.00 9.51 1.60 9.17 12.80 8.27 0.17 8.58 Rupee Securities Rate 13.78 19.67 0.83(Jul) –  10.00 8.64 4. Yield to Maturity 2 Year Bonds 3 Year Bonds 4 Year Bonds 5 Year Bonds 6 Year Bonds 12.00-10.50 6.00-20.24 7.81 0.00-10.00 AWDR AWFDR NSB Deposit Rates Savings Fixed Deposits 6 Months 12 Months 10.00 3.92(Oct) Secondary Market 3 Months 6 Months 12 Months 12.00-18.27 7.55(Nov) 17.50 4. IMF Note : Domestic Interest rates represent the year end position.27(Aug) 8.85 6.73 13.00-13.00 15.25 4.27 Loans Secured by Government Securities 15.30 5.19 7.00 5.00-36.47 5.69 8.00-26.50-11.80 11.50-19.20 8.19 1.54(Dec) 12.13 18.99 18.00 5.86 7.00 7.47 0.91 8.25 3.30 0.89 10.73 13.50 9.01 6.19 1.00(Sep) 10.31 6.00 5.13-11.00 5.00-7.55(Dec) 14.13 3.11 19.43 6.12 4.00 9.14 14.23 13.30 7.22 1.00 4.52 0.0 18.61 1.00 2008 2009 2010 15.59 10.5-27.25 12.35-8.19 5.37 12.57 8.75 Per centum per annum 2006 15.26 9.38 5.00 Commercial Bank Deposit Rates 7.21 10.18 3.00-12.00-16.00 10.25 5.26 0.00 International Interest Rates (Period Average) LIBOR on US Dollar Deposits Overnight 7-Days 1-Month 3-Months 6-Months 1-Year LIBOR on Three-Months Deposits Euro Japanese Yen Swiss Franc Pound Sterling (Paris Market) US Treasury Bill Rate .48 2.00-24.00-33.02 5.73 1.40 3.75 1.00-16.85 7.00-14.36(Oct) 15.38 12.60(Nov) 11.00-7.75 3.75 8.50-20.00 11.33 3.78 13.4 9.18 0.11 2.40 6.20 7.50-10.12 9.00 6.00-30.00 11.95 1.50-14.00-33.50 13.00-30.95 10.27 9.12 9.0 10.28 4.50 1.08 0.50 4.50 9.25 7.00 7.25(Dec) 10.76 1.26 3.00 5.92 9.35 7.06 7.92 7.50 3.00 7.00-33.20 1.80 6.30 2.60(Dec) 8.00 5.10 –  12.55 0.74 9.50 3.00-9.00-19.78 13.00-15.74 17. August 2008.00 7.00-31.50 8.80 6.76 1.50 9.25-13.04 12.36 7.79 1.90 7.58-24.50-14.06 3.37 3.55 –  Savings 4.50-20.00 6.00-9.75 10.36 8.17 7.00 5.75-20.96 19.91 0.50 12.00 10.00 5.00 8.25 6.58 0.76 4.50-10.00-23.00 13.50 7.76(Sep) 8.00 6.49 16.00-18.35 12.73 20.0 15.06(May) 11.00 7.00-30.50-14.00 9.50 Fixed Deposits 3 Months 6 Months 12 Months 7.73 4.00 7.50-20.10-20.07 20.25-19.21 0.22(Dec) 12.50-20.76 5.00 3.70 20.63 1.34 0.00-8.08 1.00-7.06 0.00 11.93(Sep) 7.00 10.70 0.94 11.13 7.38 5.94 1.50 7.00 7.33 0.08 4.50-9.30 17.00 5. LIBOR : London Inter Bank Offer Rate AWDR : Average Weighted Deposit Rate AWFDR : Average Weighted Fixed Deposit Rate 94 .19 2.00 6.00-22.0 10.96 19.0 15.00 8.00 5.00 7.78(Dec) –  11.25-20.00-37.00-23.65 10.75 5.50 15.90-17.12 3.92 4.25 7.90 8.00 Table 9.25(Oct) 14.62 3.90-11.88 1.24 7.00 6.00 8.54 9.56 5.75-14.0 15.23 0.00 12.16(Oct) 15.23 1.23 3.12 3.32(Apr) 20.0 14.86 2.00 7.26 7.25 2.00 8.50-9.32 2.35 7.00 9.10 12.75(Oct) 11.75 5.02 5.00 19.00-7.92 0.15 0.00-24.3 Months 3.44 3.57 0.76 21.50-11.00 12.00-40.50 7.13 4.25 Reverse Repo Overnight Treasury Bill Yield Rates (Year end) Primary Market 3 Months 6 Months 12 Months Treasury Bonds.50-19.00 9.00 8.01 1.15 4.31 0.37 –  7.09 5.23 0.00 8.61 7.50-10.00 9.36 2.53(Dec) 9.78 1.25-20.00-19.33 10.50 12.00-30.50 3.66 8.06 0.50 7.00-13.50-15.25 13.50-11.60 10.50 15.21 1.90-11.03 9.64 8.79 0.23 0.0 15.05 1.46 0.25 10.10-7.50-40.55 8.50-11.80 1.79 3.50 8.25 13.89 7.22 12.11 7.75 7.50 Commercial Bank Advance Rates Prime Lending Rate 14.78 7.75 6.00-30.47 10.05(Nov) –  9.00-19.52 2.55 2.50 5.69(Nov) 12.50 10.75-11.63 8.32 5.00 9.04 4.32 12.00 Bills Purchased and Discounted 13.67 9.25 10.00 7.00 5.50 5.05 5.69 3.13 11.25 3.75-19.00 2.98 1.41 1.31 11.25 3.50 7.33 7.Money and Capital Markets Item Central Bank Advance Rate (Bank Rate) Interest Rates 2001 – 2010 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 18.75 7.50(Nov) 20.

20 –  14.418 20.01 9.709 Source : Central Bank of Sri Lanka.012 402.951 69.716 377.327 595. % .576 821.211 50. Rs.32 15.90 9.898 9.088 15.01 –  14.98 91.016 77. .69 9.30 7.33 7.88 10.09 –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  8.659 4.848 49.068 68.92 90.08 11.89 7.608 70.813 287. Rs.636 69.742 562 18.188 779.320 12.576 42.000.380 135.46 10.019 7.78 19.35 7. Outstanding Bills by Ownership.006 6.02 8.818 87.131 117.12 93. Commercial Banks Employees’ Provident Fund Other Provident Funds Savings Institutions Other Total 7.732 307.25 Treasury Bonds Amount Subscribed.451 2.88 10.192 12. Rate of Interest.583 6.252 156.105 6.44 17.431 21.863 222.938 33.15 9.31 Rupee Securities Amount Subscribed.221 263.885 866.673 342.49 9.681 39.23 9.29 9. Mn.953 5.89 90.56 9.65 13.701 248. Mn.370 44.25 92.417 46.157 171.08 9.009 112. Mn.65 9.185 764 1.Year End (Per Rs.679 23 23.823 128.600 441.23 18.032 514.61 11.96 15.993 11.615 40.490 11.30 –  10.62 12.83 11.326 133.904 11-12 13-15 13 8-13 9-11 10-11 10-19 –  14 44. 100 worth Treasury bill) 3 Months 6 Months 12 Months Weighted Average Yield.174 257.91 91.467 334. Rs.37 12.47 12.97 9.22 96.870 15.99 18.860 463.038 –  13.59 21.369 12.037 2.539 56.43 17.83 9.69 16.849 630.13 8.11 12.32 12.36 83.206 72.645 36.544 104.123 214.957 19.92 9. %   2 Year Bonds   3 Year Bonds   4 Year Bonds   5 Year Bonds   6 Year Bonds   7 Year Bonds   8 Year Bonds 10 Year Bonds 15 Year Bonds 20 Year Bonds 19.995 219.068 56.072 547 3.820 18.246 96.41 8.092 28.25 10.61 18.397 19.114 13.168 6.292 9.43 9.327 11.584 37.797 217.94 95.481 248.40 10.51 83. Rs.866 817.91 7.637 40. Central Bank Commercial Banks Employees’ Provident Fund Other Provident Funds Savings Institutions Insurance & Finance Companies Departments & Other Official Funds Other Total 248.442 Yield to Maturity.688 46.921 68.000 5.081 220.909 164.886 234.66 –  –  –  –  –  –  Outstanding Securities by Ownership.419 50.068 43.74 9.Money and Capital Markets Table 9.45 92.377 53.100 207.414 140.81 18.198 229.19 10.48 96.46 9.98 19.5 Government Debt Market 2001 – 2010 Item 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010(a) Treasury Bills Primary Market Amount Issued / Sold.59 –  –  –  –  17.981 43.481 16.826 293.57 18. Purchased by Central Bank Others Weighted Average Price.35 7.319 56.24 7.509 130.129 –  6.144 6.266 36.456 32.05 15.513 39.969 0 816 906 805 0 42 166 55 0 15 13. Rs.791 42.888 292.867 63.471 3.938 19.72 11.358 3.870 17.034 5. Rs.22 97.973 485.63 –  –  –  13.95 16.32 16.564 11.636 87.98 47.562 (a) Provisional 116.531 93.623 10.75 9.49 8.123 51.208 1 420 5.86 87.938 18.43 95.906 25.68 16. Mn.677 52.76 17.438 508. Mn.365 78.96 19.21 18.727 190.01 –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  6.481 41.67 13.31 9.550 310.895 44.185 488. Mn. Rs.713 131.592 –  1. % 7.07 10.04 8.00 11.18 18.800 110.707 102.36 18.541 7.19 9.30 17.65 10.937 98. Rs.44 –  12.910 38.351 7.89 16.012 342.250 –  64.003 594.132 12.54 9.11 11.85 98.112 2.87 97.858 170.91 94.20 98.040 6.55 12.54 95.820 13.96 10.198 5.07 8.09 93.27 9.31 10.889 22. 98.83 11. Mn.54 11. 95 .940 26.78 95.534 31.69 9.737 701.842 44.32 12.162 38. % .574 28.805 68.Year End 3 Months 6 Months 12 Months Weighted Average Yield.481 22.29 –  14.87 14.69 10.923 13.847 469.78 10.97 10.029 12.964 163.84 9.988 7.60 88.972 34.40 10.44 9.211 1.Average 3 Months 6 Months 12 Months Overall Average Central Bank Secondary Treasury Bill Market Sales (Discounts).90 15.452 8.34 13.173 29.47 15.92 7.179 7.29 96.869 160.151 52.363 43.88 17. Purchases (Re-discounts).068 44.069 119.793 5.54 96.757 199.769 627.45 12.37 13.28 17.270 –  –  –  8.963 8.55 9.046 20.82 14.257 107.39 –  –  9.84 8.861 183.921 10.460 14.01 13.148 401.695 47.60 14.452 20.309 177.65 16.295 243.24 7.09 12.58 98.995 210.89 12.42 8.76 21.98 93.576 9.609 130.99 90.488 14.882 171.

3 1.9 1.0 11.0 162.489 11. 1985 = 100) CSE Milanka Price Index (e) (31.3 3.254 13.374.0 1.137 5.8 12. of New Shares Offered.878 9.712 37. Mn.822.171 9.100.7 27.025 2.6 12.581.5 11. Rs.791 –  2.0 1.9 2.849.1 584.503.905 30.6 12.2 0.183 73.8 3.8 1.632 43.837 59.944 11.4 7.8 382.4 2. Rs.761 105 3. Rs.7 2.587 –  –  –  –  124.6 6.382 876.1 21.1 2.1 22.8 4.12.681 481.453 2009(a) 2010(b) 142.782 2.057 3. Market Capitalization.219 1 7 8 5 6 3 0 3 3 238 238 244 242 239 237 235 235 231 621.8 95.631.9 17. Mn.327 2.468 2. Mn. based on GDP estimates complied by Dept.4 22.9 4.1 10.385.0 25.2 2.073.3 14. Rs.452. Mn.6 2.1 1.3 1.267 645. Mn.1 84.6 28.0 1.6 1.8 28.3 815.8 4.255 2.012 50.036 13.6 5.3 23.956 25.0 834.420 3.2 1. Mn.377 11.8 0.347 8 58 127 308 246 482 436 436 464 594 2.635.8 0.1 1.410.090. % Market Capitalization as a % of GDP No.4 19. of Listed Companies CSE All Share Price Index (Base.2 18.0 3.1 3.167 46.407.451 952.321 Revised Provisional As at end of December Par value and premium Introduced in January 1999 replacing the Sensitive Price Index From 2003.541.722.9 1.1 1.568 31.7 3.000) Market Price Earning Ratio (PER) (c) Market Dividend Yield (c). Value of New Shares.8 10.4 14.928 776.1 15. of Shares Traded.8 820.985 110.154 104.2 11.128 3.022 114.964 76.3 45.5 2.5 –  39.0 1. (f) (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) Table 9.396 158. of New Issues No.067 26. Rs.Money and Capital Markets Share Market Indicators Item Turnover.189 4.1998 = 1.112 7.555 92. (d) No.8 1092. Rs.506.8 22.463 570.951 -789 -26.841 2.299 3.220 2. (c) Value (at par) of Shares. Rs.602.2 2. Bn. Traded Shares as a % of Total Listed Shares Turnover as a % of GDP Turnover as a % of Market Capitalization Non-National Transactions (Net).426 118.172 21.897.291.637 4.031.7 3. Mn.145 5.2 2. 96 Sources : Colombo Stock Exchange Central Bank of Sri Lanka .293 5.6 24.599 105.4 18.938.4 17.5 12.266.578.688 4.682 4. Purchases Sales Total Number of Shares Listed. Mn.6 2001 – 2010 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 13.1 244 273 298 1.912 2.9 1.7 2.398 1.7 488.478 13.617 8.966 110.5 25.543 52.0 1.6 27.6 4.6 262.3 –  –  –  –  –  –  –  8.062.083 1.276 22.627 280.0 11.1 3.1 11.952 3.442 210 1.9 11.929 18.6 0.885 1.698 500 0 2.797 66.210.5 455 241 6.106 6.701 5. of Trades No. of Census and Statistics.3 3. (c) Rate of Market Capitalization.4 16.9 10.790 35. % Market Price to Book Value Ratio (c) GDP at Market Prices.126 747 1.335 67.006 1. Mn.8 -1.6 13.555 85. Daily Turnover Average.355.966 20.451.061.521 28.734 10.0 40.8 2.922. No.846 6.5 5.9 7.6 3.711.752 5.276 27.7 2.682 43.835.244 1.680 3.079 349 0 377 45 1.

500 –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  1 – – – 1 1 – – 5 1 – 4 1 4 – – – 3 – – 1 1 1 – – – 106.589 – 1 78. Food & Tobacco Chemicals Hotels & Travels Land & Property Manufacturing Motors Trading Construction & Engineering Diversified Footwear & Textiles Investment Trust Healthcare Stores & Supplies Telecomunication IT Plantations Power & Energy Total Bonus Issues (c) Banks.108.614 50.439 1 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 132.829. Food and Tobacco Footwear & Textiles Power & Energy Closed End Funds IT Services Total Right Issues Banks.800 –  –  –  626.362 –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  8 455.639 –  12.991 116.584 –  4 58.987 4.219.400 –  470.200 –  200.613. ’000 – – – – – – – – –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  2 1 – – – – – – 369. ’000 55.169 1.259 32.984.114.500 2.411.666 1 132.006.575 5.324.136.240 –  –  3.000 114.584 557.719 –  –  –  185.360 248.500 487.421 –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  900 9.330 –  –  –  –  757.432 –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  6 3 2 4 2 6 1 – 1 – 1 1 – – – – 3 1 822.950 821.415 1.500 1.559 (a) Provisional (b) No New Listings in 2007.347.233 14.844 –  –  –  13.000 75.351.272 –  –  1.414. Insurance & Finance Investment and Trusts Beverages.800 144.965 382.400 –  3.250 1.700 162.195 1.Money and Capital Markets Share Issues Issue and Sector New Listing (b) Banks.059.500 2.855.464 104.320 Source : Colombo Stock Exchange 97 .300 10. Insurance & Finance Beverages.367 27.639 –  – –  –  – – –  –  – –  –  – 1 42.466 31 2.100 –  –  –  31.573 216.000 740.000 –  –  –  –  19.213 –  –  –  3 – 1 – – 2 – – – – – 1 2 – – – – – 46.324.051 2.285 7.151 1.000 537.854 3 21 2.432 –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  1.110 2. Insurance & Finance Beverages.202 9 146.504.120 –  – –  –  – 2 18.810 406.572 15.985.458 33.432 1.585.054 4.119 1. of Issues Shares Value ’000 Rs.822 54.343 –  –  –  9.120 216.856 –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  3 2 – 2 – – – – 1 – – 4 2 – – – – – – –  –  3 376.000 –  –  –  –  124.335.854 2.117 – – –  –  – –  –  – – –  –  – –  –  – 2 141.500 69.613.973 –  – –  –  – – –  –  – –  –  – – –  –  1 47.751 –  –  2010 (a) No. Food & Tobacco Chemicals Hotels & Travels Land & Property Manufacturing Motors Trading Construction & Engineering Diversified Footwear & Textiles Investment Trust Healthcare Plantations Stores & Supplies Services Power & Energy Total Table 9.203 2.096 –  912.915 2.795 87. (c) No Bonus Issues in 2008 and 2009.352 118.353 – 12 522.503 1. ’000 No.640 –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  1.560 –  –  1 – 2 1 2 – 1 1 5.516 44.333 76.375.004. of Shares Value Issues ’000 Rs.279 39.133 4.919 113.518.7 2007 – 2010 2007 2008 2009 No.000 250.070 137.300 –  680.581 –  –  67. of Shares Value Issues ’000 Rs.069 14 5 226.086.000 –  57.520 1.014 –  108.500 – – –  –  1 3.000 –  629.860 20.544 –  –  –  –  39.005.679.421 153.691 –  3.320 –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  45.742 –  – –  –  – – –  –  – –  –  – 1 14. – 3.000 67.566 28.354 7.428 407.622. ’000 No.206 290.484.112 24.611 845.000 16.547.751.149 –  – –  –  – – –  –  – –  –  – – –  –  – –  –  – – –  –  – –  –  – – –  –  1 3.960 –  1 4.372 2. of Shares Value Issues ’000 Rs.000 –  –  20.068 6.

773.7 17.7 310.177 1.617 3rd Quarter 53.6 14.998.002 69.767.489.9 3.852 1.318 3.738 73.398 316.596 14.410 886.311 15.1 4th Quarter 489.275 3.518. ’000 2009 1st Quarter 4.657 38.531 11.1 271.118 15.352.967 919.284 41.424 263.835 12.052.088 7.422 5.536 22.926 1.5 4.7 11.993 464.817 42.911 797.496 31.873 3rd Quarter 336.204.5 99.234 44.300.263 20.511 2010 1st Quarter 111.155 30.425 94.191 161.533 2.6 158.630 19.251 627.385.4 9.591 902. Construction Insurance Food & & & Finance Tobacco Engineering Chemicals Diversified Footwear Hotels & Pharmac- & & T euticals Textiles Travels Shares Traded.094 273.813 4th Quarter 57.181 5.592 81.2 2.114.955.246.3 476.574.0 72.935 15.858 258.006 58.084 15.044 13.800 1.9 27.009 20.630 62.679 4th Quarter 196.749 5.2 4th Quarter 195.0 3rd Quarter 179.128 3.495.819 16.Money and Capital Markets Indicator & Quarter Share Trading Indicators by Banks.471 8.838 63.566 75. Bn.005 3rd Quarter 1.193 33.619 181.0 3.404 3rd Quarter 10.235 1.137 466.331 21.776 6.320 4.074.2 526.591 37.151 124.614 Turnover.712 761.070.707 9.771.042.814 787 14.0 191.991 28.714 83.061 1.105 56.553 26.059.417 9.621 1.639.543 2nd Quarter 10.681 3.167 4th Quarter 1.957.299 8.944 789.215 70.658.998 44.081 18.4 5.512 4th Quarter 409.9 157.487 110.191 51.5 21.9 204.669 3.769 1.0 239.454 26.698 3.4 73.2 28.436 69.337 199.288.443 12.850 240.7 87. ’000 2009 1st Quarter 108.5 160.001.331.804 39.258 2nd Quarter 34.6 16.259 3rd Quarter 87.928 17.337 36.3 108.258 337.458 8.790.7 8.6 13.448.7 201.025 27.008 5.274 50.141.369 1.444 89.364 7.191 2nd Quarter 272.8 21.1 273.150 176.498 19.175 2nd Quarter 71.721 163.865 141.8 3.893.578 1.922.124 203.181.708 13.6 42.7 135.422 2.279 185.256 4.339 No.256 24.069 1.6 7.7 3.962 20.813 556.457 759.477 37.4 11.980 2010 1st Quarter 23.6 2nd Quarter 306.237 30.037 1.774 311.743.154.1 117.5 21.135 400.480 3. Rs.216 150.935 4th Quarter 97.487 2.337 3.819 4.235 9.1 2010 1st Quarter 216.388.717.904 4th Quarter 20.5 217. of Trades 2009 1st Quarter 26.471 2.426 21.264 13.4 5.895.106.3 130.100 58.504 7.6 98 .906.685 14.086 11.7 97.752 9.629 2nd Quarter 868.6 2nd Quarter 139.229 4.5 3rd Quarter 530.545 Market Capitalization.531.462 3rd Quarter 302.556.667 87. Rs.920 47.133 2010 1st Quarter 649.5 265.2 25.675 1.151 5.667 84.813 2.285. 2009 1st Quarter 92. Beverages.213 2.093 8.751 2nd Quarter 178.2 11.490 12.578 20.759.552 8.

707 564.310 25.1 4.327 3.994 78.656 15.543 647.248.667 69.3 7.726 42.964 5.3 8.293.279 28.639 1.838 18.526 379.358 76.086.5 35.4 34.509 37.702 30.901 811.632 3.961 20.0 4.462 1.021 20.0 38.881 8.494 10.653 10.390 1.000 616 29.5 19.330 23.913 330 15.021 32.2 7.580 89.793 41.861 61.7 13.277 1.046 5.381 247 286 4.4 (Contd.949.208 299.931 108.678 206.331 620.319 133.912.7 16.547 4.205 823.707 299.6 19.407 306.191 42.7 2.504.288 256 44.991 4.544 6.533 167.244 1.128 178.6 2.8 5.442 2.295 1.9 8.1 12.4 1.331 66.915 15.6 19.114 29.174 210.596 20.031 5.022 102.7 6.371 4.3 18.231 1.256 1.193 3.1 4.011 263 23.097 1.127 888.619 905.4 64.7 13.294 77.3 10.067 106.473 221.299 2.) 99 .1 51.196 43.764 2. Business Sector Table 9.954 4.2 87.199 50 449 3.711.1 13.880 2.7 34.0 3.992 1.657 16.249.750 339.5 42.1 21.894 1.5 68.173 61.6 12.6 19.868 19.585 2.961 30.741 182 12.666.545 1.283 149.645.268 101.644 28.9 2.006 3.513 2.156 201 745 6.568 86.020 851.559.4 35.582 152.588 1.6 117.6 31.617.622 142.530 242 54.831 622.5 42.074 92 30.857 188 36.624 514 240 4.474 21.962.8 2009 – 2010 Investment Land & Manu- Motors Oil Plantations Trust Property facturing Palm Stores & Supplies Services Trading 1.290 11.262 3.729 654.5 8.770 42.155 59.840.9 11.300 266.1 32.7 75.7 56.158 72.4 5.2 12.436 333.472.4 41.4 19.816 3.229 50.857.226 32.211 4.143 47.0 12.2 64.860 233.703 217 96 28.6 5.6 106.772 878.703.904 1.752.9 2.512 1.070 127.585.2 43.308 2.340 1.4 17.010 3.322 673.4 22.447 383 22.489 912 444 14.060 532.203 1.325.828 18.395 38.6 17.545 708.118 173 671 5.163 75.239 1.7 30.028 674.281 407 3.283.151 86.207 3.274 131.334.190.598 159 23.616 29.031 8.8 12.255 279.006 1.422 174.045 84.474 16.2 45.448.491 44.773.939.201 17.468 53.658 3.108 4.4 17.043.031 1.070 144 11.458 1.1 35.951 44.1 2.8 18.675 1.460 27.099 204.227 3.582 56.291 30.420 1.302 225 291 60.9 28.124 1.952 276.063 78.203 52.414.791 1.075 4.764 1.377 1.8 33.345 2.1 120.711 2.987 643 6.402 106.159 5.750.015 203 68.4 98.6 28.769 210.665 4.878 32.136 56.3 18.388.304 162.

205.1 2.361.605.5 28.7 1.7 4.4 Market Dividend Yield.9 0.1 5.8 6.4 4.3 13.207.561.617.6 4.0 420.5 3.7 6.6 11.149.9 794.5 3.6 16.0 3.1 872.7 1.380.631.3 23.5 2.3 10.0 992.8 2.983.214.2 4.7 1.210.9 2.704.6 1.3 3.5 3.0 4.395.6 8.0 4.793.3 10.990.3 105.4 4.203.7 2nd Quarter 10.309.5 10.042.302.8 2.4 1.409.5 11.2 2.2 582.7 3rd Quarter 5.424.3 411.7 1.0 11.7 5.1 8.5 4th Quarter 16.5 2.8 9.9 1.1 3rd Quarter 1.2 91.3 679.6 2.163.872.607.9 3.6 7.4 Price Index – Low 2009 1st Quarter 2.6 5.107.362.7 3rd Quarter 3.301.4 2nd Quarter 1.688.8 1.4 3.545.6 5.2 2.4 44.986.167.1 13.6 0.463.3 6.869.4 5.0 2.3 10.276.3 9.1 3.8 3.5 6.3 2.6 0.8 35.7 1.920.7 13.8 772.1 18. Construction Insurance Food & & & Finance Tobacco Engineering Chemicals Diversified Footwear Hotels & Pharmac- & & T euticals Textiles Travels Price Index – High 2009 1st Quarter 3.9 2010 1st Quarter 7.4 1. Beverages.282.116.208.476.109.4 920.5 3rd Quarter 17.5 1.7 716.356.5 0.0 10.859.4 22.485.3 103.1 1.351.4 4.1 10.2 3.2 1.2 2.5 2010 1st Quarter 6.608.478.4 4th Quarter 6.133.7 0.962.639.7 0.0 2. % 2009 1st Quarter 5.3 4.5 2.8 31.1 6.0 4th Quarter 5.8 3.209.594.0 4.554.2 2nd Quarter 4.9 1.8 66.000.9 3.7 2nd Quarter 7.8 9.379.2 11.8 1.3 7.8 8.0 3.6 1.8 4th Quarter 1.275.0 2nd Quarter 8.9 17.5 2.9 2.360.1 11.6 947.8 5.068.9 10.3 799.184.883.008.6 769.9 484.9 4.5 1.1 13.1 0.8 982.9 473.0 2.1 4th Quarter 19.4 2.8 4th Quarter 10.8 2nd Quarter 0.6 18.0 29.2 1.664.2 2.8 6.8 3.9 3.0 8.4 2nd Quarter 3.3 2.7 6.1 703.3 2.2 4.1 3.000.417.142.185.2 1.055.145.3 611.632.8 3.1 110.3 Price Index – Average 2009 1st Quarter 3.4 24.3 4.1 5.7 3.3 1.7 5.7 0.3 1.9 4.6 2.3 1.0 11.078.1 9.9 578.132.7 2.3 2nd Quarter 2.3 10.2 14.466.3 9.8 732.0 702.484.7 1.3 3.7 1.3 1.0 0.2 72.8 4.801.5 1.2 6.9 2nd Quarter 7.9 3.6 3.2 3.387.842.5 915.385.148.5 5.403.2 14.3 0.245.4 2.4 3rd Quarter 4.3 0.6 1.0 7.266.0 2nd Quarter 4.8 1.5 1.5 9.0 2nd Quarter 4.1 1.0 2.3 2.6 2.3 22.9 2.9 4th Quarter 2.563.072.2 6.7 2.3 2nd Quarter 14.6 4th Quarter 6.129.5 1.0 5.834.3 2.256.6 1.6 1.2 1.2 1.4 7.9 5.4 603.9 1.167.8 3.942.2 3.6 0.512.700.5 4.4 1.2 5.016.0 3.8 Marker Price Earning Ratio 2009 1st Quarter 4.7 586.310.4 2.3 692.8 4.3 3.2 2.4 2.8 4.9 3.0 22.7 1.2 2.4 3rd Quarter 1.043.741.148.9 2.4 1.5 1.5 3.5 7.6 1.3 913.272.692.5 4.3 4th Quarter 2.480.369.7 3.476.6 3rd Quarter 9.3 1.4 833.5 4th Quarter 15.6 525.2 1.4 4.Money and Capital Markets Indicator & Quarter Share Trading Indicators by Banks.841.3 12.9 2.6 5.5 15.6 6.016.3 3rd Quarter 21.714.5 3rd Quarter 3.0 6.430.475.139.9 370.5 3rd Quarter 12.936.0 4.8 2010 1st Quarter 2.595.4 21.8 4th Quarter 1.164.469.330.6 4.095.5 1.1 12.797.558.998.9 2010 1st Quarter 1.0 5.7 731.3 0.5 10.569.6 5.3 1.7 2.7 2010 1st Quarter 7.573.588.248.5 631.7 3.9 1.6 1.0 2.6 5.4 629.927.1 2.4 9.7 4.2 4.2 1.6 1.809.2 3.1 100 .9 472.9 3.409.742.262.987.813.0 1.257.2 2.752.4 4th Quarter 18.4 1.8 Market Price to Book Value 2009 1st Quarter 0.772.642.119.6 8.881.3 640.8 2010 1st Quarter 11.6 3rd Quarter 9.227.0 3rd Quarter 6.3 5.7 0.7 4.852.0 1.4 5.

878.6 17.8 372.745.6 11.7 19.700.746.5 18.5 28.548.030.5 27.252.6 0.669.4 47.3 1.179.5 14.6 28.996.9 24.5 466.2 1.3 0.070.9 22.892.6 4.8 3.0 8.493.2 7.266.4 3.824.5 1.5 77.8 6.5 603.060.9 6.2 2.1 13.7 23.441.6 2.118.4 1.7 3.601.3 2.118.058.5 2.2 359.4 6.8 3.490.1 20.4 12.414.7 3.2 1.1 533.5 4.7 1.526.0 1.8 30.2 51.362.5 13.605.3 3.0 2.5 1.5 1.1 74.8 0.588.4 15.472.361.7 0.6 2.4 501.738.746.9 0.3 43.8 4.8 58.5 23.2 4.0 32.396.6 31.883.300.3 5.0 1.3 7.4 39.2 20.980.8 633.1 937.241.8 756.5 4.041.239.1 0.9 3.2 34.564.7 10.9 0.093.7 17.5 1.3 1.011.974.8 3.4 30.243.7 101 Services Trading 6.3 539.4 36.4 9.7 2.1 4.5 5.3 96.3 7.215.6 4.472.803.4 29.8 13.223.9 440.5 4.150.612.4 0.9 26.933.2 32.3 3.211.8 22.2 6.624.1 8.7 7.0 2.5 0.7 0.7 21.8 371.4 1.9 1.8 63.0 24.8 5.4 1.845.7 23.382.7 12.919.2 1.0 3.655.6 6.9 2.2 8.6 26.3 8.1 1.4 38.591.2 2.1 2.0 3.8 1.7 1.984.2 2.3 11.187.214.9 725.4 41.813.430.4 0.7 1.7 20. Business Sector Table 9.4 6.125.109.1 0.8 41.9 1.0 259.0 2.8 11.8 1.0 26.3 6.6 59.179.7 9.488.759.9 555.9 2.666.382.0 1.9 48.478.4 3.0 51.3 4.4 7.4 1.9 7.8 22.0 2.095.997.6 0.815.2 20.344.8 50.4 2.8 6.3 24.2 5.5 0.8 26.2 13.681.9 29.2 6.8 25.101.0 6.4 1.3 21.256.3 2.829.0 1.3 938.1 7.2 28.4 6.0 1.9 11.266.4 1.0 569.862.5 0.324.0 5.0 18.7 23.4 358.2 2.743.6 11.7 11.8 178.3 51.3 8.205.4 1.540.892.3 17.0 9.5 1.575.0 16.5 9.6 1.123.5 7.187.230.5 7.1 2.5 8.1 1.4 1.4 0.3 6.6 51.8 3.0 8.6 10.610.0 23.5 0.7 0.5 2.6 9.437.6 572.2 871.051.931.4 5.9 314.574.0 35.8 2.4 24.1 11.3 2.0 27.7 16.9 7.9 3.5 13.458.7 5.8 26.0 4.4 2.545.1 4.1 3.162.2 4.6 28.476.0 1.7 48.1 3.483.0 27.3 4.1 8.3 2.3 3.0 14.040.7 3.8 13.5 1.5 1.448.9 21.3 2.644.3 45.3 31.8 1.013.5 975.3 3.769.4 1.185.2 1.8 13.2 12.6 16.3 Source : Colombo Stock Exchange .051.839.7 2.733.0 1.6 12.1 1.2 294.350.512.250.8 13.410.7 3.3 2.0 2.3 397.258.9 26.750.6 1.8 85.204.5 11.2 5.1 4.7 18.7 1.660.251.754.8 2.0 1.9 313.7 18.1 11.068.3 676.3 51.1 0.0 2.2 1.9 11.257.6 1.9 3.023.2 24.1 1.9 505.793.6 2.9 656.7 624.9 3.1 10.7 21.0 1.597.9 2.002.321.6 7.1 10.3 24.4 0.9 333.345.588.9 2.6 35.7 3.3 2.2 0.288.4 11.9 12.125.067.6 21.1 1.8 209.0 11.5 17.189.6 10.1 9.617.6 3.282.860.3 25.7 15.) Investment Land & Manu- Motors Oil Plantations Trust Property facturing Palm Stores & Supplies 9.381.4 1.8 1.2 28.752.215.1 2.2 221.9 3.6 0.245.8 12.8 6.663.936.3 14.5 6.9 962.7 21.7 1.2 4.0 2.7 0.7 4.1 4.1 8.3 39.933.6 3.0 837.3 11.2 0.0 2.1 1.710.014.123.3 0.1 2.8 3.9 0.4 11.361.3 9.9 2.9 4.3 54.148.6 1.1 1.6 25.6 1.869.586.289.7 21.620.926.3 40.1 33.2 1.942.594.7 3.7 3.6 393.980.2 2.3 410.013.062.8 0.3 1.529.3 516.1 1.723.263.442.4 7.5 587.6 638.2 0.3 1.891.7 350.5 490.6 1.3 8.290.1 103.3 3.6 94.1 7.3 3.9 2.3 1.483.214.2 14.8 2009 – 2010 (Contd.4 35.1 8.945.9 54.5 41.353.9 8.7 0.3 9.4 1.618.743.2 30.1 1.0 2.256.7 34.2 2.7 307.2 349.383.6 2.5 14.9 22.8 249.1 3.8 23.3 8.578.6 5.

554 938 6.00 119.00 96.164 4th Quarter 1.25 3rd Quarter 54.883 687.00 15.961 1.498.400 11.960 414 6.00 175.957 142 3.003 653 4th Quarter 470 698 2.178 134.452 19.880 67.167 209.25 120.Money and Capital Markets Share Trading Indicators by M Indicator Lanka Ceylon Caltex Comm.831 23.00 137.901 –  2nd Quarter –  –  7.075 1.00 100.437 19.00 69.00 97.00 100.00 57.00 64. of Ceylon Co.75 12.228 1.75 98.00 192.00 117.75 110.149 289.385 1.25 84.659 1.991 2.50 4th Quarter 73.251 5.259 4th Quarter 1.414 663 4.822.90 513. 2008 1st Quarter –  –  5.728 79.50 185.00 166.366 3.00 63.410 417 2009 1st Quarter 97 4.467 407 378 815 470 3rd Quarter 350 74 1.00 118.655 22.334 46.00 241.925 30.823 7.356 405 385 952 395 4th Quarter 215 25 981 959 981 452 607 1.00 86.550 1.584 560 1.30 4th Quarter 95.053 3rd Quarter 53.088 155 1.715 20.962 1.00 168.25 7.00 105.50 10.00 126.764 1.164 157.339 186 2.25 82.00 145.714 3rd Quarter 3.854 612 6. Stores.50 160.25 70.50 76.767 21.641 506.823 4.010 25.498 2.00 195.471 484 3.00 149.50 193.25 2nd Quarter 48.50 320.75 12.75 65.00 53.203 11.824 53.00 272.00 87.00 2010 1st Quarter 87.447 2010 1st Quarter 1.00 159.174.00 3rd Quarter 154.449 189 1.439 227.150 38.020 2nd Quarter 2.386 29.325 21.134 5.00 Maket Capitalization.254.533 2nd Quarter 32.056 1.478 3. Distilleries Ceylon DFCC Colombo Ceylon & Milk Cold Ltd.488 19.010 44.751 2nd Quarter 1.440 102 .00 48.880 32.00 62.108 11.126 123.320 31.00 115.803.805 5.177 11.776 2.00 180.590 62.002 2.’000 2008 1st Quarter 93.121 85.888 421 5.203.204.25 75.719 3.219 3rd Quarter 1.894 19.50 9.986 202.50 112.041 53.612 2.401 –  –  2nd Quarter –  –  6.00 173.25 109.630 4th Quarter 4.520 11.50 16.669 614.00 68.25 150.030 5.413 6.25 65.677 20.147 73.00 119.50 89.755 16.027 18.986.25 50.722 5.681 3.25 5.485 764.50 115.584 2.839 38.00 178.875 38.298 35.50 92.312 142.284 104.50 98.894 2.279 204 2.75 2nd Quarter 34.807 1. Tobacco Bank Dockyard Grain Quarter Foods.688.750 855 2010 1st Quarter 2.00 399.00 249.740 83.00 168.652 30 1.681 23.00 117.027 2nd Quarter 717 117 1.630 15.620 270.616 84.75 103.25 19.973 3.026 1.091 230.291.912 703.575 34.125 224.040 9.00 52.25 80. Ltd.00 141.00 115.152 95.076 334.00 71.986 11.645 29.903 40 9.539 2010 1st Quarter 140.25 253.049 13.00 98.00 176.073 –  –  4th Quarter 952 2.50 126.232 721 2nd Quarter 911 279 825 4. of Shares Traded.00 113.433 18.10 151.001 –  4th Quarter 1.199 2nd Quarter 1. Ltd.00 285.223 15.00 69.361 450 2.703 1.218 1.820 4.880 4.930 18. ’000 2008 1st Quarter 1.400 47.00 10.929 3.00 164.00 233.00 8.734.00 260.90 550.142 154.975 5.75 2nd Quarter 105.235 823.00 78.457 26.25 2nd Quarter 57.75 2009 1st Quarter 42.25 4th Quarter 27.00 12.00 150.00 154.196 93.00 171.026 977 520 716 1.896 6.122 34.00 225.00 56.273 3.00 67.878 1.749 11.254 35.500 17.75 74.00 92.540 2.109 691.681 1.725 651.756 361.00 108.00 191.983 8.00 122.00 6.118 No.00 180.104 16.50 3rd Quarter 41.75 37.281 942 6.165 695 530 2.371 3rd Quarter 576.297 16.474.291 381 2009 1st Quarter 173 158 458 2.123 1.523 494 21.535 94.282 1.400 19.136 446 3.00 250.00 69.497 461 8.364 724.50 50.077.281 2nd Quarter 3.00 80.942 3.428 1.00 8.00 80.00 179.00 123.00 130.75 2nd Quarter 82.475 12.00 183.954 2.308 4.890 3.723 5.00 11.310 1.981 8 1.419 899 1.00 352.00 4th Quarter 127.00 3rd Quarter 84.714 44. Bank Ltd.794 Turnover..703 729.198 9.00 60.033 44 1.921 2.00 124.424 100.475.636 78.854 298 6.75 70.957 68 1.50 76.00 17.00 155.25 124.688 3.698 3rd Quarter 4.397 16.25 99.742 –  –  3rd Quarter –  –  6.853 20.75 106.25 8.264 596 475 2.00 63.118 1.090 4th Quarter 16.00 54.015 66.558 306 841 3.75 203.691 1.25 4th Quarter 52.500 33.25 122.882 814 2.763 675.360 4th Quarter 223.398 558 3rd Quarter 449 40 2.207 3.00 72.913 4th Quarter 1.296 10.151.00 193.373 9.400 46.00 89.015 29.75 100.312 381.867 25.718 19.152 25.00 48.00 75.750 23.555 532 20.00 120.75 129.853 732. Rs.400 2nd Quarter 1.572 297.215 6.763 69.831 90 9.00 24.241 3.923 13.00 112.494 84 4.773 2nd Quarter 87.739 60.00 50.150 12.084 32.999 194.75 69.520 15.00 500.712 35.624 65.292 5.00 315.00 550.00 112.355 17.117 28.836 2.033 3.992 3.925 14.00 170.218.50 11.00 140.093 116.220 4th Quarter 2.704 1.437 1.470 2.50 300. of Trades 2008 1st Quarter 1.425 13.192 1.257 371 6.168 3.665 2nd Quarter 282.00 122.267 1.00 255.00 3rd Quarter 40.346 5.00 122.00 2009 1st Quarter 32. Rs.274 1.500 53.00 188.00 70.00 3rd Quarter 58.775 56. Ltd.239 2.155 472 10.636.422 129 2009 1st Quarter –  –  6.00 155.00 106.50 Prices – Low 2008 1st Quarter 40.639 1.544 71 4.272 6.00 70.75 100.00 66.180 40.859 569.429 95.50 68.370 66.140 91.978 29. Mn.260 26.208 1.254 –  3rd Quarter –  –  9.50 93.00 180.244 5.437 52.00 157.668 236.00 104.742.363 6. Elevators Ltd.524 1.00 290.00 270.00 162.923 3rd Quarter 20.50 105.583 4.00 133.00 335.308 31.460 3.00 304.00 325.197 4.356 3.900 4th Quarter 157.118 11.137 5.932 256.318 241.00 187.499 17.613 1.010 17.25 142.00 295.00 2nd Quarter 54.00 81.425 4.508 4.901 7.281 Price – High 2008 1st Quarter 51.291 987 10.912.864 1.00 66.00 379.002 91 2.466 132.25 60.549.002 61 7.75 11.490 11.667 1.090 6.069 2010 1st Quarter 1.00 245.764 2.330 18.232 22.00 4th Quarter 41.871.00 130.412 1.905 3rd Quarter 5.304 8.216.50 249.375 3.072 2009 1st Quarter 3.283 1.152 3rd Quarter 867 222 1.00 295.737 2.291 641.00 185.982 13.00 248.133.00 53. L No.25 2010 1st Quarter 65.620 9.573 104.872 19.210 5.431.00 188. Ltd.

Major Company (Milanka)

Table 9.9

2008 – 2010

Hatton
John
Hayleys
Balangoda
Nestle
National
Seylan
Sampath Aitken Vanik
National
Keells Ltd.
Plantation Lanka Develop-
Bank
Bank
Spence
IncorpoBank
Holdings Ltd. Ltd.
ment Ltd. Ltd.
& Co.,
ration
Ltd. Ltd.
Bank Ltd. Ltd.

2,790
1,511
222
6,501
62
270
247
336
241
675
1,381
1,301
817
2,833
161
351
242
300
274
1,110
954
3,100
1,801
1,988
228
229
238
345
128
1,245
1,368
3,911
526
1,651
153
486
421
312
159
18
545
6,930
278
1,561
204
379
2,843
519
145
– 
1,251
15,587
764
3,737
219
7,950
2,079
2,828
983
– 
969
7,771
749
2,470
211
3,097
2,312
3,759
534
– 
1,219
7,903
1,065
1,439
207
2,509
3,377
1,950
465
– 
1,470
6,304
1,331
3,273
211
2,256
4,345
2,230
502
– 
2,114
5,216
1,585
3,409
308
2,195
7,561
3,649
566
– 
2,332
7,984
2,224
6,714
285
3,466
9,373
6,069
4,274
– 
3,081
10,328
1,492
2,866
249
3,945
5,237
10,489
9,212
– 

193,650
2,021,225
2,180
309,845
10,388
186,369
8,705
464,703
212,117
12,352
107,346
1,325,217
13,855
162,428
15,767
72,705
9,817
26,445
357,822
20,601
43,659
1,847,241
46,385
72,858
171,299
57,618
6,136
64,897
57,876
18,069
42,395
1,410,611
4,955
29,298
43,251
58,100
10,100
19,317
39,666
92
49,798
3,513,875
16,541
28,688
40,859
286,471
112,760
91,389
57,086
– 
263,565
7,660,396
74,087
98,160
121,187
3,227,982
97,066
685,579
533,856
– 
185,292
7,096,114
232,921
94,669
178,522
835,786
118,627
1,041,485
242,959
– 
5,136,893
14,016,587
257,566
48,402
33,672
2,423,663
327,323
639,174
573,834
– 
6,044,374
14,230,677
310,461
123,276
47,135
2,467,406
652,710
1,007,594
797,706
– 
3,996,343
12,637,810
1,326,265
206,212
45,361
1,579,236
1,150,320
3,122,363
1,426,452
– 
4,081,496
18,219,713
1,938,861
484,065
61,724
2,469,829
1,538,320
4,982,307
6,272,329
– 
13,008,651
20,161,673
2,142,707
173,365
100,344
1,997,532
2,884,789
11,589,595
10,500,967
– 

3,604
16,814
76
9,966
41
1,134
274
4,197
515
7,202
2,135
11,516
392
4,139
59
427
322
247
668
13,076
908
18,302
1,218
2,195
506
411
223
681
118
18,827
1,088
22,348
226
1,460
158
613
423
238
122
115
611
56,996
179
1,720
136
2,994
2,962
1,347
164
– 
2,455
71,339
625
4,848
356
29,859
2,609
6,733
991
– 
1,317
50,053
1,643
4,126
497
5,033
3,554
7,616
327
– 
30,724
90,780
1,584
2,166
82
13,017
8,388
3,429
604
– 
33,748
81,172
1,533
3,931
103
11,445
14,334
4,491
614
– 
16,303
65,743
4,517
5,584
70
7,064
18,073
10,570
937
– 
13,114
69,893
5,887
9,119
91
8,547
17,356
13,656
2,427
– 
32,383
66,295
6,210
3,060
150
5,334
28,477
39,824
51,826
– 

57.50
128.00
33.00
38.00
260.00
170.00
34.00
117.75
430.00
1.90
52.00
122.00
38.75
43.75
283.00
176.00
34.00
120.00
560.00
2.30
51.00
110.00
43.00
37.00
360.00
150.00
30.00
101.00
525.00
1.20
45.75
88.00
32.50
31.75
315.75
130.00
29.50
92.00
430.00
0.90
98.00
74.50
104.00
20.00
325.00
105.00
47.00
80.00
400.00
– 
129.00
145.00
136.00
24.50
360.00
158.00
41.50
117.00
675.00
– 
168.00
157.00
154.50
24.75
440.00
200.00
38.50
177.50
920.00
– 
175.00
180.00
182.50
24.25
425.00
208.00
49.25
205.00
1,350.00
– 
189.50
189.75
240.00
39.75
490.00
225.00
52.00
260.00
1,450.00
– 
300.00
207.00
315.50
42.25
800.00
253.75
94.00
395.00
1,650.00
– 
390.00
330.00
360.00
72.20
749.00
380.00
125.00
550.00
3,400.00
– 
445.00
360.00
394.40
72.20
750.00
415.00
116.00
535.00
3,500.00
– 

47.00
115.50
25.00
22.25
245.00
154.25
30.00
106.00
385.25
1.50
46.75
110.00
26.00
28.50
250.00
142.50
27.00
95.00
430.00
1.10
45.25
80.50
28.50
25.00
300.00
130.00
25.50
90.00
430.00
0.80
31.00
49.25
12.75
10.00
240.00
86.00
15.75
65.00
305.00
0.80
68.00
48.25
85.00
11.50
262.00
88.00
27.00
65.00
309.00
– 
72.00
62.50
86.00
13.00
275.00
88.25
32.50
66.00
311.50
– 
116.00
127.75
130.00
20.00
251.00
152.50
28.25
101.00
610.00
– 
150.00
135.00
145.25
18.25
365.00
169.50
33.00
170.00
850.00
– 
168.00
162.00
172.00
23.50
425.00
200.00
36.50
201.00
1,015.00
– 
185.00
177.00
223.00
29.00
479.00
206.00
47.00
222.00
1,340.00
– 
270.00
197.00
292.00
36.00
615.00
228.00
63.00
330.00
1,500.00
– 
380.00
289.00
325.00
45.00
615.00
336.00
88.00
215.00
164.50
– 

22,672
76,001
7,331
– 
13,485
13,588
– 
7,974
11,639
– 
18,744
69,960
10,181
– 
15,043
11,869
– 
6,682
14,210
– 
18,744
55,021
9,675
– 
16,964
10,784
– 
6,200
11,639
– 
13,206
30,529
6,450
284
13,969
7,040
1,241
4,684
8,418
52
14,768
38,362
6,750
– 
14,775
7,285
– 
4,822
8,526
52
22,530
83,616
9,900
– 
18,804
12,483
– 
7,509
17,539
52
31,145
92,471
11,550
– 
21,759
15,532
– 
11,711
23,081
52
32,256
105,128
12,881
567
22,296
16,862
4,810
14,070
35,863
52
35,704
113,980
16,875
685
26,325
17,190
6,078
16,822
37,182
52
53,526
127,123
22,875
910
33,310
20,055
10,595
27,223
43,516
52
73,788
205,062
25,890
1,690
35,996
31,010
14,690
39,272
89,368
52
76,491
185,944
25,875
1,350
35,620
28,694
12,610
41,548
68,979
52
Source : Colombo Stock Exchange

103

Government Finance

Summary of Fiscal Operations

Item

Table 10.1

2001 – 2010

Rs. Million

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

Revenue and Grants (b)

239,796

268,967

284,421

320,154

412,387

507,901

595,559

686,481

725,566

835,129

Tax Revenue

205,840

221,839

231,597

281,552

336,828

428,378

508,947

585,621

618,933

725,671

40,050

44,868

29,921

42,919

49,455

56,104

69,639
27,323
16,592
25,724

43,991
23,321
13,399

80,711

92,549

31,222

25,922

16,909

Revenue



Income Tax
Taxes on Goods and Services
Taxes on International Trade
Other

234,296
34,636
136,633
26,156
8,415

261,888
37,437
148,914
31,842
3,646

276,465
39,397
148,922
39,667
3,611

311,473

41,372
187,036
48,655
4,489

379,747
52,535
217,485
56,359
10,449

477,833

565,051

79,693
259,827
73,807
15,051

107,168
286,157
84,406
31,216

655,259
126,541
306,409
112,336
40,335

699,644
139,558
272,383
137,260
69,732

2010(a)
818,220
135,623
355,429
131,682
102,937

Non Tax Revenue

28,456

Grants

5,500

7,079

7,956

8,681

32,640

30,068

30,508

Expenditure and Net Lending

386,518

402,990

417,673

476,907

584,783

713,646

841,604

996,126 1,201,927 1,280,205

Expenditure on Goods and Services

143,747

139,892

138,661

164,530

194,860

253,025

292,632

360,328

Property Income
Fees and Charges
Other

Current Expenditure

o/w ; Salaries and Wages
Interest Payments
Domestic
Foreign

17,406
3,811
7,239

303,361
78,056
94,307

27,760
4,477
7,813

330,847
88,804

24,750
4,500
15,618

334,694
91,784

116,514

125,126

74,441

70,907

84,560
9,747

105,897
10,617

Capital Expenditure

67,902

Lending minus Repayments

15,493
6,447
7,981

389,679
106,187
119,782

20,726
14,061
8,132

443,350
138,603
120,159

23,867
10,041
22,196

547,960

622,758

175,031

214,160

150,777

182,681

879,575

937,094

239,078

271,229

300,558

212,475

309,675

352,592

58,595

75,089

83,807

140,154

162,214

206,162

232,607

277,416

302,087

15,254

13,547

7,890

3,420

1,279

3,473

12,684

19,809

44,936

41,025

Current Account Surplus (+) / Deficit (-)

-69,065

-68,959

-58,229

-78,206

-63,603

-70,127

-57,707

-88,450

-179,931

-118,874

Overall Budget Surplus (+) / Deficit (-)

-146,722

-134,022

-133,251

-156,752

-172,396

-205,745

-246,045

-309,644

-476,361

-445,076

Financing of Budget Deficit

146,722

134,022

133,251

156,752

172,396

205,745

246,045

309,644

476,361

445,076

Domestic Financing

123,595

126,351

79,910

117,243

123,604

163,805

145,137

314,287

245,554

201,288

80

4,680

4,300

– 

18,060

4,619

Foreign Financing

Market Borrowings
Bank
Non-Bank

36,115
31,787

14,538
122,848
48,554
74,294

1,978

36,580
38,509

43,117

127,167
-4,836
132,003

79,830
-20,905
100,735

5,693

10,223

37,071

112,563
43,289
69,274

88,141
52,013

47,773

119,304
26,195
93,109

88,209
74,005

111,510
94,651

41,942

100,908

163,805
80,008
83,797

127,077
15,769
111,308

128,605
104,002

-4,645

190,168
143,590
133,826

230,807

196,216
158,488
143,599

243,788

309,669
195,233
114,437

234,274
49,027
185,247

191,999
-1,892
193,891

– 

– 

– 

Public Debt Outstanding

1,452,706 1,670,342 1,863,851 2,139,527 2,222,343 2,582,648 3,041,685 3,588,962 4,161,422 4,590,245

Foreign

636,741

Domestic

8,589

815,965

-816

40,449
43,359

170,908

297,127
55,464

Other Borrowings

Privatisation Proceeds

747

26,501
32,094

147,445

273,978
35,698

388,286

128,331

144,157

182,198
30,277

379,731

105,367

Acquisition of Real Assets
Capital Transfers

161,370
21,311

743,710

105,878
13,904

65,307

133,787
16,990

58,147
19,764
14,638

113,540
11,586

Transfer Payments

113,164
6,995

18,565
21,092
9,798

2,437

1,020

– 

– 

11,280

9,289

948,386 1,019,969 1,143,389 1,265,722 1,479,230 1,715,198 2,140,228 2,400,955 2,565,662
721,956

843,882

996,138

956,620 1,103,418 1,326,487 1,448,734 1,760,467 2,024,583

As a Percentage of GDP
Revenue and Grants

17.0

17.0

15.6

15.3

16.8

17.3

16.6

15.6

15.0

14.9

Current Expenditure

21.6

20.9

18.4

18.6

18.1

18.6

17.4

16.9

18.2

16.7

Total Expenditure and Net Lending
Current Account Surplus (+) / Deficit (-)
Overall Budget Surplus (+) / Deficit (-)

27.5
-4.9

-10.4

25.5
-4.4
-8.5

22.9

22.8

-3.2

-3.7

-7.3

-7.5

(a) Provisional.
(b) Foreign grants are classified as a revenue item.

23.8
-2.6
-7.0

24.3
-2.4
-7.0

23.5
-1.6
-6.9

22.6
-2.0
-7.0

24.9
-3.7
-9.9

22.9
-2.1
-7.9

Sources : Central Bank of Sri Lanka

Ministry of Finance and Planning

104

Government Finance

Functional Classification of Current Expenditure

Item

General Public Services

Civil Administration
Defence
Public Order and Safety
Social Services



Education
Health
Welfare
Community Services

Economic Services



Agriculture & Irrigation
Energy and Water Supply
Transport & Communication
Other

Other

Of which : Interest Payments
Total Current Expenditure

2001
82,149

2002

Rs. Million

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010(a)

17,473
49,163
14,334

24,755
47,005
14,601

23,196
56,341
15,906

95,443

105,628

133,105

162,102

207,348

224,281

87,968

106,097

104,812

138,820

188,651

204,635

226,271

240,768

260,071

267,636

15,839

17,190

14,417

22,100
8,876
112
8,560
4,552

13,500
1,008
11,303
2,914

22,173
2,766
19,038
6,635

22,849
3,647
18,983
4,094

41,579
3,323
29,587
5,814

43,967
3,429
31,068
6,724

85,188

85,440

44,081
3,492
31,246
6,621

117,405

126,591

129,104

133,315

120,285

159,609

184,812

215,291

310,035

355,882

23,448
14,785
44,635
5,100

7,967

565
5,350
1,957

31,162
20,234
47,503
7,198
7,635
385
6,749
2,421

86,361

2001 – 2010

14,944
54,242
12,963



80,970

2003

Table 10.2

31,673
22,073
45,849
5,217

33,792
25,919
73,571
5,538

7,002
9
4,614
2,792

25,027
61,498
19,103

50,697
34,113
92,909
10,933

28,725

29,912
31,481
36,150
37,123
81,243 101,856 134,710 144,884
21,950
28,765
36,487
42,274

61,144
44,069
86,753
12,669

50,612

72,592
51,741
91,747
10,191

49,573

228,136

37,895
145,243
44,998

77,141
82,414
85,195
55,874
58,789
60,506
94,789 105,017 107,690
12,963
13,852
14,245

80,303

94,307 116,515 125,126 119,782 120,159 150,777 182,681 212,475 309,675 352,592

303,362 330,847 334,693 389,678 443,288 547,960 622,758 743,710 879,575 937,094

(a) Provisional

Source : Ministry of Finance and Planning

Table 10.3
Capital Expenditure and Lending

Item

General Public Services

Civil Administration
Public Order and Safety
Social Services



Education
Health
Housing
Community Services

Economic Services



Agriculture & Irrigation
Energy and Water Supply
Transport & Communication
Other

Other
Total Capital Expenditure
and Lending

2001 – 2010

Rs. Million

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010(a)

6,564

4,713

5,203
4,826
377

7,191

5,986
1,205

9,901

21,356

32,143

34,404

20,094

21,510

14,559

15,690

19,190

28,996
8,548
8,500
6,796
5,152

12,860
10,738
3,657
8,737

17,200
13,969
4,021
13,197

19,948
16,961
4,481
13,596

22,942
18,674
4,826
13,794

18,092
12,664
5,291
17,891

19,053
13,329
5,489
18,334

54,906

51,678

58,742

61,271

77,540

106,789

141,244

168,879

256,411

278,803

6,463
96
4,276
173
25,152
912
900
341
5

1

5,478
1,085







4,838
3,987
3,270
2,464

6,034
14,758
21,464
12,650

82,491

4,075
638
6,048
4,713
3,505
1,424

6,936
17,732
18,916
8,094

72,177

7,443
5,403
3,249
3,095

8,420
23,801
20,238
6,283

87,409

8,207
22,283
22,198
8,583

97,631

(a) Provisional

8,537
1,364
35,992

10,041
19,234
31,765
16,500

148,585

18,109
3,247
48,386

12,615
26,376
37,988
29,810

177,443

28,438
3,705
54,986

14,736
47,850
50,995
27,663

229,273

29,675
4,728
60,236

18,686
1,409
53,938

20,212
1,298
56,205

17,681
22,105
24,865
48,783
59,983
66,569
82,916 139,104 165,505
19,499
35,219
21,804

263,860

330,448

356,519

Source : Ministry of Finance and Planning

105

900 26.749 36.292 87.036 92.479.000 4.204 483.512 34.808 248.047 277.050 9.839 423.018 8.955 2.435 –  11.557 138.955 2.177 31.311 1.160 35 1.621 112.477 3.512 1.374 162.336 63.024 100.933 137.207 21.036 –  120.349 30.805 100.144 129.949 46.852 1.000 11.305 7.873.178 100 8.844 48. (e) Includes outstanding defence loans.811 4.876 100 10.084 286.739 870. Million 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 By Instruments Rupee Loans Treasury Bills (b) (c) SLDBs Central Bank Advances Treasury Bonds (b) (d) Other (e) 292.017 31.120 19.919 42.489 4.914 678 66. Charges Other Capital Revenue (d) 28.874 545 565.389 –  2.500 12.000 11.104 55.632 26.457 192.230 1.682 64.308 73.853 292.947 84.198 2.805 168.456 28.133 164.797 15.828 56.050 38.587 113.695.490 101.483 281.299.321 2.578 135.073 –  14.965 815.045 100 15.976 21.839 31.604 28.430 107 311.687 90.274 52.620 97. Million 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 205.716 78.549 92.654 40.735 20.177 596.242 100 7.678 93.901 183.662 313.443 27.841 100.033 347.541 63.168 55.969 1.183 372.726 1.551 948.931 79 641 187.260 79.881 77.313 136.748 5.360 76.158 27.555 71.296 40.535 25.320 6.128 47.560 57.364 117.991 1.843 Tax Revenue Taxes on Foreign Trade Imports PAL / RIDL / SCL / Other (b) Taxes on Domestic Goods and Services Turnover Tax GST / VAT   Domestic   Imports Excise Tax   Liquor   Tobacco / Cigarettes   Petrolium   Other National Security Levy Licence Fees Taxes on Net Income and Profits Corporate Non-Corporate Save the Nation Contributions Taxes on Interest Stamp Duty / Cess Levy / SRL / NBT / Other (c) Debit Tax Total Non-Tax Revenue Current Revenue Property Income   Rent   Interest   Profits and Dividends   National Lottery   Central Bank Profit Transfers Social Security Contributions Fees and Admin.600 441.961 44.942 18.559 336.411 272.701 210.567 –  1.590 166.251 –  12.790 13. Source : Central Bank of Sri Lanka (d) Excludes government bonds of Rs.607 261.320 32.269 355.791 16.234 24.660 65.962 96.077 100 9.425 705.867 1.051 69.452 85.019.372 52.331 1. Regional Infrastructure Development Levy (RIDL) and Special Commodity Levy (SCL) (c) Social Responsibility Levy (SRL) and Nation Building Tax (NBT) (d) Sale of capital goods 80.743 286.081 32.413 204.528 92.242 7.673 4.457 14.679 76.507 643 5.235 20.965 2006 818.709 9.777 10.041 16.565.359 45.251 426.569 74.879 1.470 415.160 67.203 1.329 110.469 86.816 31.644 92.522 140. (c) Excludes rupee denominated Treasury bills issued to foreign investors from 2008 and to Sri Lankan diaspora and migrant workforce from 2009.529 20.593 28.289 40.5 Government Domestic Debt 2001 – 2010 Item 699.453 264.869 948.419 585.455 48.839 20.156 26.982 1.473 42.156 78 2010(a) 2007 2008 2009 2010(a) 116.449 245.229 41.143 116.083.017 78.497 231.174 25.019.030 7.592 18.107 29.521 27.815 118 655.189 1.083 34.978 9.406 630 7.995 24.470 21.009 112.984 100 4.055 13.067 257.048 8.000 2.563 234.151 By Ownership Banking Sector Central Bank Commercial Banks 256.168 120.972 1.000 3.978 1.271 –  1.192 835.951 –  –  6.000 3.624 104.817 239.988 107.842 28.639 69.400.434 37.886 26.972 10.220 Table 10.633 1.002 15.977 17.827 –  164.172 559.749 30. 106 .480 107.879 885.000 6.796 6.825 95.012 25.840 26.191 442.425 9.760 620 13.389 1.760 43.187 31.723 31.174 78.341 691.722 1.027 2.887 107.4 2001 – 2010 Rs.939 24.409 151.859 571 148.925 8.143.479.422 8.429 –  220.389 1.362 24.079 173.513.228 2.945 169.085 26.675 23.234 21.295 8.127 229.012 402.114 10.657 21.673 12.650 16.165 23.696 8.552 48.265.522 139.285 1.065 1.052 700.732 307.326 –  39.611 –  4.357 300 1.234 132.126 24.378 73.519 39.119 45.437 13.667 34.565.937 171.793 272.692 34.929 –  5.978 16.812 259.043 11.815 513 477.731 595.846 310.209 100 7.758 243.633 43.492 618.402 884.542 20.032 514.558 66.891 67.871 76.067 18.234 4.708 4.307 126.281 50.398 369.315 –  3.700 725.150 508.593 163.157 –  187.030 306.501 418.715.663 13.888 44.382 –  5.447 4.693 37.579 16.037 4.510 103.142 80 379.821 –  20.300 73.Government Finance Item Government Revenue Table 10.859 65.970 27.747 49.765 92.288 18.018.161 100 7.279 65.414 219.028 27.597 39.833 56.910 14.969 428.701 8.390 10.156 –  221.437 17.340 967.623 246.565 1.764 3.342 44.993 –  29.163 8.208 30.877 49.764 495.807 52.365 603 8.643.485 167.485 –  138.155 8.667 3.704 13.795 19.410 61.184 5.372 16.406 55.715.251 6.493 1.309 58.349 17.255 24.612 791.409 –  203.661 30.229 –  44.442 62.692 18.323 2.211 –  35.397 15.004 240 624 217.922 –  97.475 12.655 41.675 28.205 46.038 24.995 14.376 613.868 44.709 257.075 506 276.345 3.733 37.140.623 75.570 148.248 109.092 2.282 79.509 130.228 2.380 800 10.490 32.278 241 Source : Ministry of Finance      and Planning (a) Provisional (b) Port and Airport Development Levy (PAL).232 3.512 39.000 8.769 12.386 1.760 1.015 60.096 7.000 2.265.963 5.156 –  11.678 Total Non-Bank Sector Savings Institutions Insurance Funds Provident and Pension Funds Official Funds Private Business and   Individuals Sinking Fund Other Total 815.4.750 607 7.559 23.722 1.318 657.807 698.147 2.824 159.514 20.383 –  171.981 298.460 –  3.751 28.601 23.397 million issued to CWE in November 2003 and rupee denominated Treasury bonds issued to foreign investors from 2007 and Sri Lankan diaspora and migrant workforce from 2009.791 643.482.157 94.466 107 234.828 333.094 10.276 1.813 170.682 1.243 228.230 50.940 18.088 272.642 5.041 12.283 480.976 34.969 1.382 55.066 100 14.294 10.281.662 (a) Provisional (b) Outstanding Treasury bills and Treasury bonds have been adjusted for secondary market transactions.095 10.693 23.415 –  2.711 80.817 14.230 1.948 2.636 18.259 Rs.352 248.061 3.930 4.525 37.465 29.459 158.143.626 3.814 15.400.877 92.921 29.107 287.374 224.369 67.665 107.055 853 10.746 751.140.119 100 12.523 64.987 28.646 102.512 23.411 395.804 1.444 6.965 220.386 1.671 131.198 2.713 131.

301 10.341 13.309 2.D.040 674.734 1.750 739.637 151.110 8.418 1.532 136 580 6.219 63 58. (c) Includes outstanding defence loans since 2001.936 4.E.121 327 57.357 562.741 3.355 3.263 17.559 914.661 62.000 26. Other Financial Markets Riggs National Bank Indo-Suez Bank (France & Stockholm) Bankers’ Trust Co.635 24.P.902 426.323 81.573 2.078 12.670 636.926 7.940 7.A.122 50.021 56.931 397. (New York) Citi Bank / NEXI Other (c) Total 136.354 769.708 55.553 68.906 91.401 82.279 17.021 58.206 462 24.544 31.463 187.882 996.925 465.081 2.886 1.533 181.624 39.831 3.414 59.913 3.838 220 213.626 7.714 61.494 Non-Project Loans 81.116 22.151 15.B.411 627 18. .734 1.017 –  379 169.430 66.024 270 –  406.448.418 1.853 5.062 69.362.957 843.855 1. (b) Includes loans from financial institutions.305 3.052 2.326.937 8.D. I.087.304 335.806 1.782 7.895 599 204 199.459 2.448.610 195.134 18.528 15.381 464 749 6.433 179 977 837 144 948 158 129 877 –  108 876 –  82 786 –  48 754 –  16 685 –  –  634 –  –  560 –  –  466 –  923 –  34.633 41.103 291 358.467 2.B.760.277 2.476 3.373 –  57.024.D.545 221 226.338 42.431 8.794 2.6 2001 – 2010 2006 Rs. I.661 20.329 1.882 996.718 12.024.488 15.547 63.635 8.497 2.583 (a) Provisional.508 22.211 9.511 349.931 5.103.431 73.339 29.872 18.032 1.521 10.188 9.936 Bilateral 305.336 6.760.513 433.359 1.433 37.662 8.140 956.676 610.799 67.374 10.530 564.942 640.064 6. O.843 Source : Central Bank of Sri Lanka.881 3.619 46.746 3.455 317.427 50.603 74.939 2.884 2.011 978. I.537 8.892 5.326 231 258.722 374 11.304 1. 107 3.382 486.498 3. Nordic Development Fund Canada France (b) Germany India Japan Kuwait Netherlands People’s Republic of China Saudi Arabian Fund U.213 A.041 239.326.098 2.314 148.156 477.463 –  284.382 305.217 50.201 Multilateral 289.952 56.109 1.356 1.023 7.010 240 267.645 235.055 560 27.668 749 52.138 3.855 185.461.C.232 865.767 5.268 164.799 68.763 18.676 774 9.387 3.294 426.977 14.342 –  57.854 54.229 9. France Saloman Bros.574 230.A.500 666.475 9.467 2.217 11.A.957 843.118 277.311 301.582 1.453 164.255 65.285 7.345 228 242.D.080 292. Sri Lankan diaspora and migrant workforce (in 2009) and proceeds from the international sovereign bonds issued in 2007 and 2009.769 3.604 43 55.735 46.S.874 868 –  25.356 580.741 721.754 3.978 56. rupee denominated Treasury bonds and Treasury bills issued to foreign investors (in 2007.424 61.582 6.533 684.653 508.115 –  55.837 534.596 39. 2008 and 2009).196 269.261.852 10.151 2.545 2.082 40.388 2.310 19.237 87 3.882 3.020 410.980 3.657 6.711 3.357 3.B.688 1.891 5.I.729 125.079 459.702 255.953 1.997 2.128 68.741 721.897 3.719 2.786 217. Million Item 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2007 2008 2009 2010(a) Project Loans 542.797 54.726 49.050 13.138 956.801 53.007 398.620 1.070 69.620 1.748 8.360 8.583 By Type Commodity Other Ownership 93.510 4.116 538 1.649 751 344.Government Finance Government Foreign Debt Table 10. E.074 10.328 46.370 157 –  606.126 Total 636.R.746 3.835 8.641 2.719 618.916 7. Inc.439 32.843 327.644 12.674 3.640 739 10.665 170.499 120.746 8.181 665.177 56.792 –  281.326 405.487 1.173 3.753 9.103.686 341.292 478.487 1.434 3.064 –  521 146.F.

209 471 12 –  109 1 44 101 738 23 761 364 –  21 64 4 33 87 573 65 638 592 –  10 95 1 48 146 892 165 1.816 12.127 1.006 9.546 7.351 14.630 15.302 74 10.980 107.202 – – – – – 16 21 37 – 37 – – – – – 18 27 45 – 45 Turnover Tax Excise Duty on liquor Licence Fee – Liquor Licence Fee – Vehicles Licence Fee – Others Profit and Dividends Other Sub Total Stamp Duty Total 10.399 120.976 882 –  14 332 –  170 246 1.309 2.040 Expenditure Recurrent (Inclu.367 1.766 10.733 20.971 10.351 7.262 99 2.186 55 10.639 90 723 1. Revenue Total 8.585 2.142 226 1.487 14.559 1.584 8.507 20. Revenue Total 9.334 16.420 11.437 6.184 445 2.330 13.326 Receipts Grant from the Central Govt.239 181 1.068 562 2.229 6.406 7.241 2008 14.509 3.801 9.831 61 381 3. 108 8.675 12.365 11.046 5.658 5.984 9.872 11.422 1.507 – – – – – 19 32 51 – 51 – – – – – 31 44 74 – 74 Turnover Tax Excise Duty on liquor Licence Fee – Liquor Licence Fee – Vehicles Licence Fee – Others Profit and Dividends Other Sub Total Stamp Duty Total 12.310 2.987 94.112 26.630 516 18 –  178 4 152 95 963 48 1.538 –  1 297 15 60 272 2.808 12.187 2.336 3. Million North Uva Central Sabara- gamuwa Total Revenue and Expenditure Receipts Grant from the Central Govt.480 11.145 1.624 12.) Capital Expenditure Total 20.169 7.057 15.821 9.608 31 9.147 115.261 9.420 15.218 12.964 1.339 2.579 16.675 1.129 2.700 16.436 7.829 377 2.106 8.887 14.606 29.087 8.988 8.136 2.269 14.511 27 76 315 –  77 288 2.384 27.163 51 9.295 2.623 3.337 29 2.487 28 2.214 10.742 16.100 1.231 1.228 18.119 10.160 2.981 10.490 549 10.039 1.594 81 1.295 42 27 211 –  69 185 1.635 111.012 91 612 732 2.157 350 2.149 5.376 2010 (a) 11.115 15.828 18.011 8.545 1.131 6.644 565 2.206 1.814 14.635 11.581 7.920 661 9.797 9.272 1.397 8.373 10.639 2009 13.178 11.057 792 15.811 16.625 1.970 1.334 10.578 Expenditure Recurrent (Inclu.776 13.613 1.519 90.628 – – – – – 18 37 55 – 55 (a) As at end November 2010.927 100.253 15.) Capital Expenditure Total 25.700 1.507 13.239 112 1. Local Govt.250 29.511 887 14.549 1.946 9.663 10.027 1.307 119.406 12.580 133.729 128.009 1 29 502 –  215 313 2.248 –  188 1.249 15.972 3.628 14.975 9.400 2010 (a) 446 1.781 9.613 60 186 3.083 813 11.906 732 2.039 9.506 14.064 Receipts Grant from the Central Govt.569 43 48 309 –  66 203 2.772 22.545 91.112 8.214 10.276 –  85 1.692 12.015 7.030 501 –  18 106 4 46 95 770 86 855 731 –  10 200 –  72 129 1.675 17.368 11.368 18.611 591 3.238 437 2.896 98. Revenue Total 5.030 10.110 861 9.007 8.7 Revenue and Expenditure of Provincial Councils Item Western Central Southern Northern Eastern North- Western Rs.613 9.950 12.873 12.922 32.328 24.296 404 2.310 54 143 2.145 1.145 23.243 628 980 817 882 730 1.612 29.882 14.713 –  65 1.) Capital Expenditure Total 24.171 7.198 12.637 18.954 8.035 – 1 – 24 69 426 – –  50 199 76 328 642 2.624 518 17 –  193 3 101 161 993 37 1.530 Analysis of Revenue Collection 2008 Turnover Tax Excise Duty on Liquor Licence Fee – Liquor Licence Fee – Vehicles Licence Fee – Others Profit and Dividends Other Sub Total Stamp Duty Total 10.663 28.Government Finance Table 10.011 454 14 11 144 12 45 113 793 69 862 691 –  26 248 – 70 203 1.751 22.004 Expenditure Recurrent (Inclu.989 20.000 2.949 –  37 198 –  48 379 2.787 13.613 1.788 8.402 –  50 282 2 68 354 2.120 856 10.995 15.209 737 25. Local Govt.920 26 8. Local Govt.062 16.000 7.142 3.580 2009 Source: Ministry of Provincial Councils .789 6.998 32.065 301 440 85 258 306 154 105 273 21.359 15.071 1.430 1.

413 138.782 181.304 360.931 175.024 95.000 1.262 66.597 492.320 4.926 Loans and Advances 42.838 188.382 134.935 598.231 82.069 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Securities Outstanding 78.683 Source : Central Bank of Sri Lanka 109 .792 5.885 75.426 284.626 194.977 5.283 3.286 Cash and Bank Balances Abroad (including Treasury Bills) Foreign Government and Non-Government Securities 71.211 745 113.879 2.389 65.013 440.984 71.469 156 49.173 3.339 Government and Government Guaranteed Securities 58.413 91.561 88.407 2 177.086 22 3.927 147.535 199 130.364 186.409 20.595 146.815 51.721 376.755 130.534 40.577 33 73.000 1. Agencies and Institutions International Organisations.430 25.015 2.725 –  Other Liabilities and Accounts 144.881 1.503 3.000 1.407 International Reserves 111.824 150 560 31.853 6 47.086 17 569 42.326 86.573 278.514 73.051 7 920 65. Million 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Assets 247.011 119.584 96.096 3.428 90.012 685.465 85.684 239.639 34.099 217.204 30 4.Banking and Financial Institutions Table 11.370 821.642 20 523 55.516 2.257 90.507 174.706 7 147.876 35.158 60.327 345.813 142.407 Capital 1.582 4.083 104.000 76.705 243.000 25.735 3.223 70.239 173.256 40.371 24.426 67.055 Borrowings Abroad –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  79.301 35.436 157.909 132.976 91.646 154.370 821.406 63.   Foreign Government &   Foreign Banking Institutions Other 72 77.098 Other Assets and Accounts 34.311 15 2.615 8 1.859 361.821 41.042 84.451 2.000 1.089 15.766 232.159 72.107 94.958 204.597 492.652 249.013 440.182 66.017 4.174 128.564 440.348 82.102 11.773 77.179 74.879 260.508 17.919 459 137.000 1.275 37.149 214.609 334.502 62.044 177.591 273 IMF Related Assets –  54.675 465.137 73.362 59.196 84.053 3 1.481 3 357.873 985.199 23.693 126.873 985.033 30 83 31.275 41.460 255.974 31.307 212.487 277 60.952 9 201 38.346 2.282 112.707 29.145 103.583 414.800 95.944 4.659 862.672 78 227 60 20 155 292 740 221 2.000 Receivable To Government To Others Currency Issue Notes in Circulation Coins in Circulation Deposits –  42.308 98.960 108.512 304.295 7 273.583 414.484 12 1.017 80.000 1.022 33.912 208.414 33.260 157.492 152.094 125 76.873 117.234 34.785 115.1 Assets and Liabilities of the Central Bank 2001 – 2010 Item Rs.308 1.746 40.512 304.679 2.146 118.935 598.063 31.850 561.850 561.152 354.791 30 164 39.919 168.152 354.000 25.918 Government Commercial Banks Govt.849 758 132.436 Liabilities 247.411 Special Drawing Rights 547.

937 7.6 13.279 2.810 1.752 38.79 5.521 264.541 268.986 1.058 54.530 42.8 54.8 25.776 108.336 n.583 261.226 46.103 1.536 139.914 2.569 2.450 425.487 132.050 188.008 50.0 131.116 23.683 69. Million 2009(a) 2010(b) Turnover 187.204.797.154.657.241 61.720 1.199 19.004 333.160 61.Banking and Financial Institutions Table 11.263 10.728 96.191 Profit and Loss Account Balance Sheet Items Assets Cash and Short-term Funds Balances with Central Bank Placements with Banks Treasury Bills Investments Total Loans and Advances Bills of Exchange Loans and Advances Lease Rentals Receivable Fixed Assets Other Assets Total Assets Liabilities Deposits Borrowings Other Liabilities Total Liabilities Shareholders’ Funds Share Capital / Assigned Capital Reserve Funds Other Reserves Total Total Liabilities and Funds Employed Commitments and Contingencies Liquidity Total Liquid Assets (Only DBU) Liquidity Ratio % – DBU (c) Capital Adequacy Capital Base Tier I Capital (Core Capital) Tier II Capital (Suplementary Capital) Capital Adequacy Ratio % (d) For Tier I Capital For Capital Base Net Loans and Advances Total Loans and Advances Less : Provisions for Possible Credit Losses Interest in Suspense Interest Receivable on Performing Advances Credit Loss Provisions.292 165.205 1.279 2.705 67.312 8.468 57.456 68.806 166.764 138.324 45.724 1.9 11.693 1.336 148.531 67.a.488.104.963 10.846 1.914 2.280 38.123 1.a.026 1.096 38.705 43.030 88.253 125.1 5.717 116.744 161.913 92.525 1.317.4 225.920 1.153 131.964 110.691 2.341.036. n.8 15.402 52.0 4.394.163 89.081 380.417 76.866 32.704.464 Total Interest Income 156.537 1.506.024.007 10.391 Total Interest Expense 84.473 641.1 1.341 15.080.506.238 87.a.722 268.651 Provisions for Credit Losses / Bad and Doubtful Debt 3.850.143 92.690 124.255.966.6 33.521 24.6 1.778 286.235.645 1.888 29.721 2.5 3.961 21.2 Selected Financial Highlights of Commercial Banks 2006 – 2010 Item 2006 2007 2008 Rs.454 79.091 1.040 197.423 88.610 83.956 108.793 Net Interest Income / Net Income from Banking Activities* 71.598. n.25 63.771 175.388 8.013 373.891 67.249 n. 110 .416 51.731.027 189.109 2.776 2.585 694.162 51.095 245.015 120.341 36.966.949 2.440 48.128.2 52.098. n.424 95. (d) Capital funds as a percentage of total risk weighted assets and off balance sheet exposure maintained by commercial banks in terms of the Directions issued by the Central Bank of Sri Lanka under the Banking Act.072 125.399.130 334.864 2.660 1.560.494 26.9 24.985 51.445.247 1.555 2.934 Profit after Taxation 18.724 1.620 635.949 2.557 1.809 1.777 143.3 11.853 400.936.200 231.368 92.925 34. % of Total Loans and Advances Risk Weighted Assets and Off-Balance Sheet Exposure % of Total Assets and Commitments and Contingencies Cash and Short-term Funds.927 6.770 Profit before Taxation and Provisions for Possible Credit .615.341.753 Provision for Taxation 11.8 14.009 1.098.137.242 1.2 45.788 19.455 2.338.073 377.022 8.581 129.584 44.023 348.259.937 35.325 201.879 70.Losses / Bad and Doubtful Debt 33.615 -6.539 88.786.704.898 Profit before Taxation 30.317.200 1.796 25.789 156.174 20.373 40. 11.294.804 3.4 1.280 Other Expenses 59.986 1.214.858 1.786.451 466.095 1. – Not available * Net Interest Income (c) Total value of liquid assets as a percentage of total liabilities less liabilities to share holders and Central Bank maintained by domestic units of commercial banks in terms of the Directions issued by the Central Bank of Sri Lanka under the Banking Act.091 28.a.720 1.414 35.026 1. % of Total Assets 73.367 46.092 234.317.292 40.426.359.297 87.399 42.815 67.801 1.29 Source : Central Bank of Sri Lanka (a) Revised (b) Provisional n.888 23.097 1.544 35.461 3.041 302.560 299.383 110.399.591 55.932 49.654 106.434 59.1 1.073 Other Income 31.7 13.557 38.104.11 4. 11.869 20.179.577 65.42 4.185 108.109 1.585 1.706 55.302 37.831 144.259.a.180.989 114.198 438.a.628 28.9 12.571 516.456.276 102.9 4.710 179.611 1.463 49.561 85.701 1.9 3.591 338.012 3.628 56.794 61.502 183.260 158.570 184.077 209.141 87.292 45.819 316.1 12.

38.184 16.566.170 3.651 1.157 15.150 1.017 237.617 800.881 1. Reserve Funds and Undistributed Profit) 44.277 174.561 880.967 130.926 432.900 145.790.474 Cash Items in Process of Collection 24.698 26.351 Source : Central Bank of Sri Lanka 111 .916 25.020 1.756 247.694 23. of Sri Lanka Residents Non-Residents Govt.687 Fixed and Other Assets 113.878 1.156 788.817 2.247 249.386 36.028.942 103.572 491.464 116.950 165.985 56.183 191.048 377.183 4.872 757.104 247.620 3.871 1.930 3.875 111.737 1.602 1.195 89.116 187.224 11.139 12.028.435 24.087 7.137 159.081 286.914 205.511 179.285 5.076 35.256.146.863 211.081 229.947.683 131.013 135.874 218.507 538.102 681.491 14.511 104.777 3.566.393 221.169 1.181 159.230.852 557.114 85.413 100.181 157.671 371.106 88.473 13.677 672.488.716 93.442 119.266 1.126 101.147.497 2.282 117.495 33.800 11.004.528 Other Liabilities 115.026 885.167 15.029 44.851 881.998 14.798 110.422 246.561 68.735 40.316 5.940 2.667 499.923 281.594 30.560.295 642.037 144.918 142.958 103.580 223.399 119.137.603 1. of Sri Lanka Residents Non-Residents Domestic Inter-Banks Foreign 9.574 246.236 383.142 17.960 178.369 14.498 139.921 46.247 263.947.562 67.770 75.659 30.889 88.440 33.904 21.590 39.086.769 221.560.702 823.319 84.081 191.735 127.357 860.218 37.814 Demand Deposits 84.060 1.293 145.030.055 6.014 2.583 39.444 3.124 261.562 29.611 57.195 134.448 492.516 1.050 1.376 29.376 94.516 1.516 104.474 Loans and Advances 378.790.220 26.584 16.637 3.254 210.649 18.607 190.240 Investments 60.297 122.156 788.826 41.045 1.082 161.230.946 7.958 4.407 2.512 650 14.518 196.834 1.148 40.710 13.506 183.825 147.124 20.808 262.624 236.093 16.642 144.3 Assets and Liabilities of Commercial Banks 2001 – 2010 Item Rs.705 Due from Domestic Banks 14.Banking and Financial Institutions Table 11.849 3.396 154.619 16.493 960.806 76.996 Borrowings 62.329 112.834 168.166 41.724 213.432 88.928 136.657 3.240 18.778 37. Million 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Assets Cash in Hand 11.022 Total Liabilities 741.548 118.172 38.205 338.616 1.020 1.732 43.197 77.356 2.373 80.855 12.814 26.520 51.746 41.688 199.309 11.760 153.321 328.793 Total 741.493 26.697 124.665 476.083 119.630 1.700 1.125 21.604 419.104 Due from Central Bank 38.579 12.052 1.122 197.275.529 158.272 23.983 Note : Data refer to operations of domestic banking units only.899 54.687 184.751 124.700 1.405 198.283 235.799 27.683 528.054 17.495 298.454.443 36.060 1.220 110.122 110.367 22.728 298.014 553 24.033 120.876 2.026 885.331 99.737 Treasury bills Government Securities Other Bills Purchased and Discounted Overdrafts Loans Inter-Banks Govt.893 6.047 107.250 27.746 116.356 2.051 204.039 1.063 14.685 11.016 13.981 Time and Savings Deposits 434.573 11.009 34.429 101.093 29.066 Foreign Currency in Hand and   Balances due from Banks Abroad 99.694 22.275.337 71.718.050 1.049 105.665 2.279 10.839 64.737 Capital (Paid-up.188 62.068 23.416 1.966 32.354 213.111 136.121 60.347 4.946 75.405.782 115.816 4.442 1.939 25.234 47.497 176.296 1.288 592.383 107.920 2.940 2.181 31.230 204.920 34.200.975 49.664 69.728 733.289 15.025 13.735 87.

497 11.435 74.727 16.946 4. Source : Central Bank of Sri Lanka Table 11.48 0.87 5.297 4.20 62.08 0.439 19.610 51.748 3.154 Manufacturing 5.16 33.18 1.750 259.314 2.61 60.780 882.901 Commercial Banks National Savings Bank Regional Rural / Regional Development Banks Registered Finance Companies Thrift & Credit Co-operative Societies Total (b) 159.812 15.11 5.256.31 11.86 4.10 0.447 81.46 40.43 10.43 558.332 141.881 16.28 36.673 634.70 0.03 0.214 Certificates of Deposits –  17.23 0.447 109.902 55.902 735.114.643 2.944 1.01 37.021 157.473 1.93 4.735 38.612 1.03 31.635 4.147 859.275 76.557 9.382 14.438 –  18.919 15.86 0.90 6.560 13.287 20.842 115.687 Percentage Share 1.551 Other Business Institutions 22.403 31.396 7.728 10.835 947.974 6.223.782 1.31 9.364 221.71 0.46 5.05 0.106 197.046 602 585 602 642 687 1.035.697 2.204 3.141 24.635 9.717 1.Banking and Financial Institutions Table 11.080 9.238 95.709 14.672 1.100 21.915 (a) Provisional (b) Savings & Time Deposits. (c) Revised 161.399 4.261 766.060 153.607 14.09 0.005 58.75 0.776.61 4.967(b) 318.4 Mobilization of Deposits by Type of Deposit 2006 – 2010 Rupees Million Item 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010(a) 2006 Demand Deposits (Commercial Banks) Savings Deposits 161.340 49.23 0.059 18.82 10.842 6.618 1.063 34.131 5.285 10.397 2.087 20.549 14.698 27.781 (b) Prior to 2010 all Certificates of Deposits were categorised together under the category Certificates of Deposits. 112 70.370 636.08 0.5 Deposits of Commercial Banks by Ownership 2006 – 2010 Rs.829 1.201 17.181 –  18.157 299.845 12.018 –  Foreign Currency Deposits (c) 1.868 184.488.981 889.085 72.103 77.72 63.851 Financial Institutions (a) 8.695 2.771 599.283 2007 235.97 11.98 489.412 6.588.75 0.552 607.451 7.379.167 46.998 11.427 24.485 11.728 9.444 225.210 13.04 0.228 730.161 –  23.558 10. Million 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Ownership Demand Time & Demand Time & Demand Time & Demand Time & Demand Time & Deposits Savings Deposits Savings Deposits Savings Deposits Savings Deposits Savings Deposits Deposits Deposits Deposits Deposits Government 30.698 5.70 0.728 34.98 10.455 29.39 32.478 1.87 0.78 44.244 Non-Business Institutions 9.444 11. However.213 7.646 16.669 5.038 9.823 160.772 Source : Central Bank of Sri Lanka .95 11.34 43.73 9.224 Total (a) Includes Interbank Deposits.630 83.85 11.45 4.077 697.54 59.833 44.03 100 100 100 100 100 1.255 15.357 930 2.169.840 72.702 68.090 7.845 1.76 0.76 34.922 196.137 Commercial Banks National Savings Bank Regional Rural / Regional Development Banks Thrift & Credit Co-operative Societies Time Deposits 475.849 74.695 1.174 60.39 39.347 23.86 42.16 6.096 1.73 0.13 42.091 957.807 740.133 54.194 1.914 30.706 35.897 1.650.464 187.823 100.758 639.760 2008 2009 2010(a) 12.042 165.264 13.269 2.64 5.465 1.754 833.794 3.04 0.774 14.171 10.374 9.954.021 521.256.548 1.376 14.851 Plantation 1.480 23.145 7.049 258.262.339 8.199 1.095 231. in 2010 deposits classified under other categories may also include Certificate of Deposits.755 76.80 37.768 Local Government and   Provincial Councils 5.042.505 Individuals 71.436 139.328 60.124 5.211 10.307 Trading 9.926 513.

696 (11.5) (14.698 48.599 170.2) 129.934 34.3) (14.6) (3.2) (16.1) (0.901 3.8) 330 261 383 389 497 647 910 1.802 1.970 33.021 11.443 240.462 61.490 54.964 40.3) (11.0) (14.174 2.5) 39.922 –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  54.715 1.1) (0.903 (3. (b) Provisional (c) Tea.504 30.169 49.381 11.5) (40.353 89.6) (29.606 7.296 (4.000 2.119 (4.392 35.009 6.269 46.2) (2.4) (16.314 6.690 8. Rubber and Coconut 3.8) 28.209 6.9) (10.4) 4.090 520.3) (1.586 234.0) 32.2) (6.463 3.1) (0.863 33.075 5.211 118.4) (1.524 5.1) (6.146 98.958 57.7) 19.394 55.6) (0.3) (12.306 63.1) (0.309 825.1) (0.900 71.322 2.767 123.0) (12.849 24.017 60.2) (3.2) (14.005.5) (37.5) 19.1) 5.192 53.0) 40.394 3.425 8.724 65.393 69.207 9.886 12.433 1.6) (15.462 65.0) (14.718 52.1) (0.821 7.199.928 5.887 72.948 2009(b) 23.220 (4.788 157.443 326.3) (1.667 19.098 1.939 132.179 15.345 50.119 115.7) (32.338 74.409 94.303 186.928 Engineering and Building Trade Other Manufacturing Mining Mechanical Process of Other Agri.916 99.543 (1.2) 31.767 655.5) 2.115 (42.6) (12.037 2.156 7.3) (4.0) (14.648 37.303 (a) Advances of off-shore banking units are also included since 2008.373 375.1) (0.8) (35.118 213.222 307.659 2.423 99.338 128.150 120.444 133.073 4.0) (9.7) (36.583 (10.457 2.640 166.0) 116.5) (5.364 7.413 160.3) (14.289 43.311 5.4) (1.2) (4.378 38.690 (25.243 35.117 (12.682 46.542 122.159 1.854 (10.622 14.329 5.6) (10.642 50. Products Other Financial Tourism Housing and Property Development Consumption Other Loans Total 27.340 1.5) (1.7) 17.1) (0.1) (30.291 (1.3) (17.3) (19. Million 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 15.6) (12.5) 317.250 7.388 72.165 141.3) (1.645 6.747 3.175 (3.948 48.6) (13.376 1.311 93.4) (20.3) (1.505 63.732 (0.770 46. Note: Percentage share of the total loans and advances is given within parenthesis.009 11.070 (10.804 59.028 9.3) 32.370 207.135 7.695 10.427 (4.053 307.276 20.7) (14.321 59.5) (11.567 35.7) 766 (0.444 57.1) (10.685 (4.1) (16.4) 41.282 (4.990 50.5) (1.088 68.4) (14.735 (0.934 6.331 27.257 36.7) (15.599 123.281 45.563 (4.1) (14.652 48.984 74.822 (3.519 7.479 (9.396 84.8) 2.391 167.363 50.699 134.691 82.0) (15.051 40.1) (0.6) (1.211 3.6 Rs.782 8.8) (8.528 150.7) 113. Rubber and Coconut Source : Central Bank of Sri Lanka.421 79.869 160.Banking and Financial Institutions Loans and Advances of Commercial Banks by Purpose Purpose of Loan / Advance Agricultural Traditional Plantation (c) Other Agriculture Paddy Commercial Export Trading Other Import Trading Industrial 2000 – 2009(a) Table 11.082 121.767 52.382 1.725 427.374 7.7) (8.9) (19.271.3) (1.967 113.595 2613 5.317 34.8) (5.1) (0.587 59.8) (1.222 3.209 15.062 1.631 146.204 1.283 12.9) 40.280 396.222 202.579 13.514 71.1) 10.724 6.121 3.6) (31. 113 .828 141.353 17.004 3.8) 15.9) (0.2) (9.805 (13.867 2.428 3.347 3.7) Mechanical Processing of Tea.146 (4.737 47.0) (13.1) 70.

Hatton National Bank PLC National Development Bank PLC Nations Trust Bank PLC Pan Asia Banking Corporation PLC People’s Bank Sampath Bank Ltd. Seylan Bank PLC Union Bank of Colombo Ltd. 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 National Savings Bank 78 14 28 21 10 12 9 7 14 Sanasa Development Bank Ltd. Hatton National Bank PLC National Development Bank PLC Nations Trust Bank PLC Pan Asia Banking Corporation PLC People’s Bank Sampath Bank Ltd. (a) Provisional 216 1 19 21 7 193 69 1 15 243 569 2.330 Licensed Specialised Banks 142 99 38 89 31 34 26 203 71 59 10 147 60 16 15 20 1 2 4 90 13 13 1 23 56 19 18 16 2 2 3 83 11 7 1 15 37 10 1 12 2 1 3 32 5 2 4 1 46 5 7 11 4 1 1 53 16 5 0 1 50 14 14 16 5 2 4 72 12 6 2 15 41 4 10 7 1 0 1 44 5 5 0 2 38 5 9 10 1 1 0 45 6 5 0 3 9 Ceylinco Savings Bank Ltd. Numbers North North Uva Western Central Sabara- All gamuwa Island End 2009 134 96 28 86 30 34 26 203 66 59 10 58 16 11 19 1 2 3 90 12 13 1 55 19 12 16 2 2 2 83 10 7 1 36 6 0 9 1 0 2 32 5 2 1 41 3 2 10 3 0 0 53 15 5 0 47 13 6 15 4 2 3 72 10 6 2 40 4 5 6 1 0 1 44 4 5 0 37 5 2 10 1 1 0 45 6 5 0 45 10 7 9 2 0 2 57 8 12 0 49 172 73 180 45 41 39 679 136 114 15 919 249 224 94 132 195 112 115 161 2.Banking and Financial Institutions Table 11. 214 21 7 164 50 1 13 230 504 2.050 303 318 114 161 247 150 152 210 Domestic Banks Bank of Ceylon Commercial Bank of Ceylon PLC DFCC Vardhana Bank Ltd.201 MBSL Savings Bank 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 DFCC Bank 6 1 2 0 2 1 2 2 1 Housing Development Finance   Corporation Bank of Sri Lanka 6 3 3 0 2 2 1 2 2 Lankaputhra Development Bank Ltd.705 End 2010 (a) Foreign Banks 47 11 16 9 2 0 3 57 9 12 0 517 183 128 190 49 43 45 679 148 114 18 Total 949 258 233 110 150 212 120 123 175 2.899 Source : Central Bank of Sri Lanka 114 . 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 DFCC Bank 6 1 2 1 3 1 2 2 1 Housing Development Finance   Corporation Bank of Sri Lanka 6 3 3 0 2 2 1 2 2 Lankaputhra Development Bank Ltd. 9 6 12 4 11 7 9 3 8 Sri Lanka Savings Bank 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 State Mortgage and Investment Bank 6 1 3 1 1 2 0 0 1 Regional Development Banks 30 33 52 0 11 30 26 27 34 Total All Banks 138 59 101 27 39 55 48 41 61 1. Seylan Bank PLC Union Bank of Colombo Ltd.087 317 334 137 189 267 168 164 236 Note : Consider bank branches and extension offices.7 Number of Bank Branches by Province 2009 – 2010 Item Licensed Commercial Banks Western Central Southern Northern Eastern Domestic Banks Foreign Banks Total Bank of Ceylon Commercial Bank of Ceylon PLC DFCC Vardhana Bank Ltd. 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 National Savings Bank 73 10 25 18 8 10 6 5 9 Sanasa Development Bank 8 6 9 2 5 7 5 2 6 Sri Lanka Savings Bank 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 State Mortgage and Investment Bank 6 1 3 0 0 2 0 0 1 All Regional Development Banks 29 32 51 0 11 29 23 26 29 1 17 147 23 15 0 0 15 2 3 9 Licensed Specialised Banks Total All Banks Licensed Commercial Banks 131 54 94 20 29 52 38 37 49 1.

of Branches 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 1 4 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 Foreign Banks (b) 1 1 1 1 3 1 2 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 MBSL Savings Bank Regional Development Bank 0 0 0 5 1 0 1 0 4 1 0 0 1 5 1 0 1 1 1 2 8 23 25 21 23 0 2 1 8 1 2 2 8 8 6 0 0 0 5 0 2 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 9 2 1 3 2 7 1 0 1 0 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 8 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 6 0 1 1 1 5 1 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 6 0 1 3 0 6 3 0 2 0 11 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 State Mortgage and Investment Bank Sri Lanka Saving Bank Total 15 23 7 2 8 3 29 30 6 2 3 2 21 33 6 4 4 4 18 17 1 2 7 1 89 119 61 65 47 33 23 36 6 10 5 3 35 56 23 26 15 17 15 16 7 3 2 3 19 23 9 8 3 1 18 28 5 8 9 9 24 44 10 11 9 6 22 30 2 3 3 8 1 2 1 1 0 0 32 48 9 8 9 2 6 3 1 0 1 0 19 19 3 3 2 2 18 31 3 6 4 1 17 12 4 1 2 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 17 27 7 2 2 5 12 14 1 2 2 3 18 24 7 6 3 4 25 27 7 8 6 4 13 13 3 1 1 1 9 2 1 1 1 1 3 0 2 7 0 0 National Savings Bank 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Licenced Specialised Banks Domestic Commercial Banks Ampara Anuradhapura Badulla Batticoloa Colombo Galle Gampaha Hambantota Jaffna Kalutara Kandy Kegalle Kilinochchi Kurunegala Mannar Matale Matara Monaragala Mullaitivu Nuwara Eliya Polonnaruwa Puttalam Ratnapura Trincomalee Vavuniya Overseas Sanasa Development Bank Ltd..518 12 818 7.697 13 440 7. Habib Bank Ltd.714 15 1. Standard Charted Bank Ltd. Public Bank Berhard. Housing Development Finance Corporation Bank of Sri Lanka 11 15 18 0 4 19 9 15 0 17 18 17 0 19 0 7 18 9 0 8 11 11 17 0 0 0 19 69 193 15 1 21 7 1 243 216 2.239 14 156 22.084 7.653 4 7 3 5 45 11 25 7 18 8 6 8 1 7 1 2 10 4 0 6 2 5 6 1 1 0 Note : Consider bank branches and extension offices.000 3 761 9.358 12 543 8.615 13 886 8.431 8..419 13 1.095 14 Source : Central Bank of Sri Lanka . 0 0 0 1 2 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 DFCC Bank National Development Bank PLC DFCC Vardhana Bank Ltd.135 8.911 20.949 14 779 7.N. (c) No. 115 1 1 2 0 98 9 37 3 1 12 19 4 0 7 0 2 3 1 0 2 1 8 5 0 0 0 88 109 106 63 677 143 276 82 91 134 168 113 7 162 14 69 109 58 4 80 59 105 123 38 21 12 Population ’000 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 6 1 3 4 6 2 3 1 3 3 6 1 4 1 2 3 2 0 1 3 3 2 2 1 0 Total No.286 4 1. ICICI Bank Ltd.203 14 839 7.146 11 374 9.Deutsche Bank AG..842 10 174 8. Pan Asia Banking Corporation PLC Nations Trust Bank PLC Union Bank of Colombo Ltd.563 9. of Bank Branches per 100. Seylan Bank PLC Sampath Bank Ltd.318 14 830 7.A. State Bank of India.513 11 410 6.553 3..648 10 104 7.8 Banking Density by District 2010(a) Population per Branch Banking and Financial Institutions 644 7.470 12 1.963 14 611 6.177 7.429 13 497 7. (a) Provisional (b) Foreign Banks – Citi Bank.580 13 2.520 679 192 190 148 114 18 45 43 128 49 Lankaputhra Development Bank Ltd.586 13 148 37. Indian Bank. Hongkong & Shanghai Banking Corporation Ltd.771 27 1.619 12 2.888 13 571 6. MCB Bank Ltd. Commercial Bank of Sri Ceylon PLC Hatton National Bank PLC People’s Bank Bank of Ceylon District Banking Density Index (c) Table 11.000 persons.286 12 – – – 7. Indian Overseas Bank.125 9.

Sri Lanka Savings Bank and Housing Development Finance Corporation Bank of Sri Lanka. Lankaputhra Development Bank.628 1. Pan Asia Banking Corporation Ltd.352 1.462 19.681 4.258 3.994 4.127 Bank of Ceylon   Main Branches   Other People’s Bank Commercial Bank of Ceylon Hatton National Bank Sampath Bank Seylan Bank Other (d) 346 280 66 344 100 124 47 90 33 354 282 72 389 109 138 55 96 53 361 284 77 396 116 139 64 106 67 370 294 76 408 125 143 72 110 85 390 298 92 602 140 150 84 114 105 399 304 95 632 157 153 97 116 121 408 307 101 640 169 169 106 116 150 455 309 146 653 177 177 115 114 166 496 310 186 679 179 182 137 114 213 520 310 210 679 190 192 149 114 283 Foreign Banks 37 35 38 39 42 62 176 214 214 216 Regional Rural / Regional Development Banks 188 190 196 198 221 205 219 220 227 243 National Savings Bank 101 103 127 128 130 130 136 163 177 206 District Co-operative Rural Banks 1.304 4.2 11.946 5.585 1.9 20.668 19.313 1. 116 Source : Central Bank of Sri Lanka .0 6.2 10.108 3.4 22.511 7.4 16.Banking and Financial Institutions Bank Branch Network(a) Name of Bank Table 11.287 1. MBSL Savings Bank.608 1.539 1.273 3.933 Other (e) 27 32 54 56 61 69 90 102 110 133 Total 2.229 1.071 2.010 20. (Merk Bank has changed its name as DFCC Vardhana Bank).1 6.7 10.689 3.217 20.749 4. Nations Trust Bank PLC.653 Population per Bank Branch 6.116 5.737 1.763 1.121 1.857 2.758 1.332 5.7 16.911 Population 18.675 1. State Mortgage and Investment Bank.8 18. Student Savings Units and Mobile Banks.7 9.909 5.934 2.533 2.3 8.9 8.000 2.507 1.214 2.594 1.886 20.554 1.627 1.3 14.343 Domestic Banks 1.319 4.007 19.0 21.805 1.8 15.084 1.000 persons Commercial Bank Branches All Branches 6.385 (a) Includes main branches and other banking offices except Pawning Centres.7 6.797 19.095 Bank Branches per 100. (b) Revised (c) Provisional (d) Includes Union Bank of Colombo Ltd. (e) Includes DFCC Bank. Sanasa Development Bank.944 3.650 1. National Development Bank PLC and DFCC Vardhana Bank Ltd.249 1.450 20.007 4.194 1.8 18.9 16.9 2001 – 2010 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009(b) 2010(c) Licensed Commercial Banks 1.5 6.252 19.

808 78.017 14.074 57.565 Cash and Bank Balances 1.448 0 -55 1.174 2.318 5.431 34.344 277 327 243 50 1.147 30.780 14. Banks 1.624 11.731 16. Associated.624 5.230 1.750 77.562 9.815 9.911 Leasing 21.443 6.608 35.494 113.613 19.567 118.912 50 -9.312 7.555 62.207 2. Million 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 26 27 28 29 32 34 35 37 53.075 12.418 1.062 10.831 4.797 32.949 Deposits with Other Institutions 9 146 77 1 27 259 283 6.407 7.525 Hire Purchase 3.396 27.906 26.301 20.400 10.827 26.334 12.544 6.150 22.980 2.062 15.398 2.321 8.477 119.484 3.634 146.552 18.088 Other Assets 3.057 373 66.202 103.317 35.120 145.985 9.565 Capital Account Paid up Capital Reserve Other Undistributed Profit Deposits Fixed & Savings Deposits Certificate of Deposits 21. Other & Related 1.836 1.379 7.665 2.732 3.793 & Debentures Investments in Govt.224 20.225 5.441 5.131 6.142 4.216 14.058 862 910 843 233. Treasury Bills & Other 4.283 19.309 34.545 39.542 47.892 8.220 23.201 46.799 2.236 Investments Shares in Subsidiaries.778 8.641 15.743 Liabilities 53.245 2.675 1.564 Source : Central Bank of Sri Lanka (a) Revised (b) Provisional 117 .929 12.270 850 Borrowings from Central Banks & Com.508 5.398 3.726 15.720 8.306 7.071 26.697 9.430 4.241 8.128 3.125 46.779 Commercial Paper & Other Investments 93 27 53 30 30 2 102 Loans & Advances 37.053 106.282 2.580 35.678 24.958 3.307 15.337 12.Banking and Financial Institutions Registered Finance Companies 2003 – 2010 (Financial Years) Item Table 11.632 4.815 26.518 175.126 12.856 190 156.598 4.867 3.687 Other Liabilities 5.062 1.960 7.980 66.942 7.264 4.236 20. Banks Other 4.797 9.430 21. Time & Savings Deposits with Com.058 2.053 17.626 3.948 8.773 42.803 1.826 11.407 233.10 Rs.075 Number of Registered Companies Assets 2009(a) 2010(b) 5.763 16.494 113.232 5.357 Other Loans and Advances 8.435 8.128 46.211 128.729 6.627 25.110 2.099 142.608 37.821 34.361 8.198 55.780 42.927 6.099 142.037 12.960 5.231 87.256 16.121 3.442 10.237 20.072 1.400 6.271 80.921 2.618 4.797 8.820 Provision for Bad & Doubtful Debts 2.638 7.929 Cash in Hand 324 439 481 979 537 697 Demand.231 87.157 13.064 -4.997 4.201 10.354 15.185 3.518 175.956 12.788 5.431 47.102 11.067 2.893 38.635 1.351 Other 419 602 792 1.635 185.162 1.743 2.120 8.272 Fixed Assets 4. of Sri Lanka Securities.779 1.136 58.509 14.581 3.293 33.985 Real Estate 4.046 1.205 8.340 102.285 1.635 185.306 10.672 33.295 19.891 2.464 298 20.954 1.034 9.479 5.260 9.563 Companies Shares Trading Investments 242 334 275 790 814 952 1.908 1.378 133.701 3.395 6.835 1.

156 (147.145 523.249 91.687.645 22.026 492.786) 10. per Unit (c) Selling Price of Units. .082 1.171 438.599 7.545.607.052) (403.748 (180.474 Net Current Assets.445 2.510 11.723 813. Rs.7 2. Ltd.490 4.332 3. Unit Trust Management Company (Pvt) Ltd.722 566.709 133.505 886.568.728 1.014) 560.8 Sources : 118 11.731.654.965.286 71.250 1. ’000 Total Total Units in Issue (No. Food & Tobacco Manufacturing Hotels & Travels Footwear & Textiles Trading Motors Chemicals Other 9.507) (193.949) 489. of Shares Banks.187.705 10.230.120 557.929.129 14.8 3.719 36.756 (772.168 3.109 247. Rs.172 546.768 3.800 50. Rs.405.410 (339. ’000 Profit Brought Forward Profit for the Year Less : Income Distribution 826.688 17.014 5.651 54.172 599.099 21.248.867.953 70.0 2.2 20.731 –   –   162.913 Total Cost on Share Investments.) Buying Price of Units. Rs.046 619.061 6.816.458) Investments in Shares.596 6.065 12.808.474 Retained Earnings.312 2.2 11.918 15.871.367 5.932) (94.727 100.160.286 10.227 2.000 410.843 3.538) (191.3 (a) Data of CT Fund Mgt.525 180.211 76.208 522.704 1.222.269 546.664 –   11.800 –   –   344.775.449 86.746.395.920 1.938 2.779 Investments in Shares.8 12. ’000 Current Assets Current Liabilities 418.481 1.665 75.772.745 4.708 44.801 131.593.505.341 355.Banking and Financial Institutions Unit Trusts Item 2006 – 2006 Table 11. (b) Provisional (c) Average Price for the year.719 402.106 1.166.272 976.761 643.070 4.207.051 42.990. Rs.229 19.472 554.627 308.103.193 472.264 –   –   31.734 13.933 –   877.476 45. Rs.005.065 21.957 19. ’000 Total Net Assets (Market Value of Funds).129 48.607.235.4 12.700 36.847 36.858 4.733 382.489 130.200 85.975 921. per Unit (c) 4.082 1. Finance & Insurance Beverages.004 436. ’000 (Market Value) Banks.883 265.306.1 Namal National Assets Management Ltd. Finance & Insurance Beverages.918 –   99.130.400 12.667.632 1.804.345 47.248.175 (30..817 19.543 300.768 3.388.701 5.985.660 133.723 1.971. * Without data of Ceylon Assets Management Company and NDB Aviva Wealth Management Ltd.058 976.170) 783.233.697 587. ’000 Total : Profit carried forward 854. & Namal National Assets Mgt.000 75.616 106.598.182 325.870 2.717.011.) Dividends Paid.154 Profit for the Year. –   10.945 247.022.667 1. per Unit (Ave.560 36.959 299.745.228.202 3.704.688 51.213 181.343 164.468.206 849.380 (839) (74.165) (153.897 111.528 4.837 617. Companies’ as at 31st March of each year.172) 599.762 –  3. ’000 Interest Dividend Profit on Disposal of Shares Profit on Trade of Units Other 943.817 116. No.020.306.000 –   –   1.769. ’000 Shares (Market Value) Treasury Bills (cost) Debentures (Market Value) Other 3.640.422 544.5 6.181 1.433 –  40.703 585.681 61.370 982.838 1. Ceylinco Assets Management Company NDB Aviva Wealth Management Company Fund Management Co.447) 816.583 131.747 169. Rs.305.153) (238.785 40.900 3.598.788 15.282 478.410 3.796.268 6.464 8. Rs.496.801 489.500 871.120 600.235.928.489.525 577.312.538 201.408 131. CT Fund Management (Pvt) Ltd.411. First Capital Assets Management Ltd.9 105. Rs.807 1.565 1.523.942.590 120.769.243 17.869 3. Food & Tobacco Manufacturing Hotels & Travels Footwear & Textiles Trading Motors Chemicals Other 589.796.303.770 5.11 2010(a) 2007 2008 2009 2010*(b) Income.479 452.544 3.107 634.328 272.035 39.869 59. Rs.215 1.121 Investments.133 1.852 808.312 2.085.040 –   117.500.5 102.516.709 688.419.544 490.187.986.130 3.119.313.903 1.) Unit Holders (No.762.870 2.374 93.981.607.962.817 (176.551 608.674.545 3.734 571. Rs.494.460 1.524.674.160.906 1.

315 ⎭ 618 3. Rs. Mn.2 11.233 285 705 1.042 24.892 458 3.728 18.1 25.0 Branches Staff Deposits.0 892.3 7.2 21.116.539 22.946 4.397 43.277 5.619 9.2 23.570 16.037 273 1.3 37.0 9.995 4. Savings Time & Other Loans Amount.326 1. Electrification & Water Commerce & Other Projects Other Table 11. Agriculture & Animal Husbandry Small Industries Housing.254.145 6.440 4.784 6.186 5.206.005.554 18.584 8.251.175 1. of Banks Deposits.207 8.440 4.440 3.177.3 23.757.950.887 3.173.760.8 20.549.397.012 2.440 4.488.440 3.986.4 2.7 2.453.196.459.477 4.255.080 302 727 470 312 677 470 312 677 993 369 429 913 501 343 1.609.374.205 697 59 738 62 563 249 496 815 496 815 562 172 635 192 755 208 955 265 1.827 3. 1.105 8.687 5. Savings Deposits Time Deposits Loans Outstanding. 9. (b) Provisional Summary of Co-operative Rural Banks and Credit Societies 2001 – 2010 2009(a) Item Co-operative Rural Banks No.100 951 403 489 3.936 2.8 4.8 13.859 1.7 14.076.1 6.509 ⎬⎫ 43. Loans Granted.663 1.4 2.0 4. Amount.450 509 3.2 3.850 16.560 1.402 325 1.368.179 3.921 8.0 7. Mn.7 7.751.786 12.539 2.628 193 1.272. Rs.5 3.6 1.872 8.560.114.989 39.498.390 12.907 5.0 6.4 18.931 226 1.383. Loans Granted.559.3 13.946 230 1.0 51.7 16.764 3. Source : Central Bank of Sri Lanka (a) Revised data.9 6.628 32.608 25.681 14.597.705.885 218 1.996 8.263.9 27.973 19.440 4.602 4.0 Investments.795 1.268.926.211.4 11. Rs. Rs.279.104 302 280 138 926 469 ⎫ ⎬ 1.200 506 3. Mn.312 17.9 17.653 204 1.581 198 1.329.0 10.792 14.641. of Societies Deposits.693.279.093 8. Agriculture & Animal Husbandry Small Industries Housing.440 3.636 8.877 63.933 122. Rs.075.4 4.154 3.3 9.451 8.870 2.0 30.6 13. Rs.371 5.910 1. Rs.763 33.770 8.220 3.052 5.0 31.Banking and Financial Institutions Summary of Regional Rural / Regional Development Banks Item 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 Table 11.650 23.585 8.481.7 1.381 1.0 6.440 4.211.618.248 1.277 ⎬⎫ 4.5 3.211 13.576 4.395.589.770 8. Mn.228.483 3.13 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 1.419 7.329 83.048.12 2001 – 2010 2007 2008 2010(b) No.204 312 1.4 29.2 1.318 9.886 71. Mn.805 103.001 503 638 732 796 345 695 865 335 (a) Provisional 2010(a) Sources : Co-operative Development Department Sanasa Foundation 119 .218 10.4 9.605 197 1.1 14.525 8. Electrification & Water Commerce & Other Projects Other Thrift & Credit Co-operative Societies No.8 10.921 219 1.3 39.679 7.440 3.914.5 36.121.4 11.731 2.712.942.747.959 16.490 2.4 2.0 Total Assets.909 6 185 ⎭ 396 373 308 1.0 17.010 21.321 1.497.0 16.594 20.999 1.944.507 16.2 27.270 1.205 1.321.150 ⎭ 399 1.0 38.579 202 1. Rs. Mn.470 3.0 4.636 3.0 21.892 13.591 15. of Banks 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 1 191 1.932 38.565 3.7 2.176 8. Mn.170 270 801 1. Mn. Rs.096.731 2.902 3.722 3.646. Mn.230.

231 11.524 436 – Jaffna 381 277 482 90 – Kilinochchi – – 253 28 – Mannar 113 92 280 52 – Mullaitivu 113 102 201 151 – Vavuniya 128 54 307 115 – Table 12. – 10ft. 120 .623 1.926 7.222 4.826 27.704 7.797 1.824 7.085 3.219 4.553 7.643 4.109 3.926 6.706 7.552(a) 11.185 381 381 554 554 771 891 1.564 5.571 7.503 24.457 8.720 5.662 1.346 4.257 9.219 6.536 828 1.867 26.221 4. width and a platform width of 22ft.735 1.269 652 966 651 3.011 868 1.219 4.216 4.700 1. “E” Class – Briddle paths.771 6.282 756 – Anuradhapura 353 468 740 716 – Polonnaruwa 143 230 542 40 – Uva 471 693 1.461 24.913 1.655 7.074 5.670 7.230 281 537 567 604 3.).961 8.314 4. “D” Class – Gravelled road with 8ft.982 2.300 5.980 Sources : Road Development Authority Provincial Councils “A” Class – All roads within the network of Trunk Roads connecting the national capital with the provincial capitals and also connecting these capitals with one another.670 7.194 1.221 4.165 – Kegalle 144 365 656 632 – Ratnapura 272 440 736 533 – 2.722 6.221 4.988 29.968 –  –  –  –  –  25.001 180 – Monaragala 204 261 558 – – Sabaragamuwa 416 804 1. and platform width 36ft.962 26.756 7.220 4.136 8.900 7. “C” Class – Other roads such as agricultural roads and local roads (Single carriage way of 12ft.006 29.231 2. “B” Class – Main roads connecting other important towns and also providing important links within the trunk route system (Metalled and bitumen with a small percentage gravelled.136 8.359 26.823 27.2 Province/ Class Class Class Class Class Total District A B C D E Total Eastern 620 551 722 376 – Batticaloa 206 61 254 131 – Ampara 273 282 256 155 – Trincomalee 141 209 211 90 – North Western 353 971 1.565(a) 9.219 4.339 4.331 1. mostly metalled but with a small percentage gravelled.926 5.277 955 2.412(a) 5.220 4.222 4.575(a) 9.682 8.392 1.Transportation Table 12.339 4. Sources : Road Development Authority Provincial Councils Road Kilometerage by Province and District 2010 Province/ Class Class Class Class Class District A B C D E Western 374 1. to 56ft.337 4.800 8.860 28.536 7.219 1.855 6.457 7.220 4.425 5.).903 1.765 8.935 1.346 5.339 4.023 3.388 1.429 5.154 27.523 2.241 7.908 6.679 7.418(a) 5. Also included are other major roads (all roads paved and bitumen surfaced with carriage way between 24ft.559 180 – Badulla 267 432 1.209 998 954 – Colombo 166 258 211 193 – Gampaha 128 610 370 515 – Kalutara 80 341 417 247 – Central 409 1.485 25.103 3.265 7.315 7.076 1.670 7.520 25.019 1.854 6.763 5.135 3. to 36ft.319 26.765 5.880 1.261 938 – Kurunegala 197 638 819 734 – Puttalam 156 333 442 203 – North Central 495 699 1.777 1. generally unmotorable but some are jeepable.665 578 – Kandy 184 555 920 352 – Matale 105 283 303 177 – Nuwara Eliya 120 492 443 49 – Southern 347 1.026 803 – Galle 97 393 389 272 13 Matara 135 252 300 248 – Hambantota 115 374 337 283 – Northern 734 524 1.926 6.580 25.546(a) 5.288 25.296 5.).750 26.150 934 1.634 (a) Excluding Northern Province.1 Road Network 1993 – 2010 Kilometres Year Class A Class B Class C Class D Class E Total 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 4. width surface generally motorable during dry weather only.

“C” Class – Other roads such as agricultural roads and local roads (Single carriage way of 12ft.559 180 –  416 804 1.194 347 1.260 892 –  4.026 803 13 3. “B” Class – Main roads connecting other important towns and also providing important links within the trunk route system (Metalled and bitumen with a small percentage gravelled.3 620 528 722 376 –  2.371 26.575 5.246 620 528 722 376 –  2.105 2.429 3.553 9.231 5.429 6. mostly metalled but with a small percentage gravelled.962 347 988 1.065 –  495 649 1.316 1.443 3.219 7.209 998 954 –  3.523 3. 121 .259 374 1.019 1.536 409 1.506 3.988 353 962 1.506 Table 12.065 –  495 649 1.665 578 –  347 1.).524 436 –  620 551 722 376 –  3.192 998 845 –  Year 2006 3.026 803 –  734 524 1.269 North North Uva Western Central 354 919 1.).311 1.903 3.119 1.219 2.092 1.412 –  3.209 998 924 –  409 1.568 171 –  416 804 1.559 180 –  416 804 1.418 –  3.150 1.261 845 –  494 649 1.634 Sources : Road Development Authority Provincial Councils “A” Class – All roads within the network of Trunk Roads connecting the national capital with the provincial capitals and also connecting these capitals with one another.427 3.231 2.160 2.209 998 924 –  409 1.009 775 –  734 524 –  –  –  734 524 –  –  –  3.260 892 –  4.137 1.194 2.429 3.670 9. – 10ft.219 7. Also included are other major roads (all roads paved and bitumen surfaced with carriage way between 24ft.251 709 –  471 693 1.260 756 –  471 693 1.855 –  3. to 56ft.006 353 971 1.260 892 –  4. and platform width 36ft.261 938 –  495 699 1.219 7.).209 998 845 –  409 1.317 26.019 996 775 10 734 524 –  –  –  3.967 620 528 722 376 –  Year 2007 3.867 354 934 1.216 7.120 2. “E” Class – Briddle paths.903 3.565 5.259 374 1.901 3.246 Year 2009 620 528 722 376 –  3.552 5.282 756 –  469 693 1.903 3.019 1.665 578 –  347 1.311 1.458 502 –  374 1. width and a platform width of 22ft.665 578 –  347 1.665 578 –  3.246 Year 2008 3.982 3.259 374 1.181 2.091 1.331 1.704 11.568 171 –  Sabara- All gamuwa Island 416 749 1.410 409 1.185 –  3.655 9.777 29.019 1.219 2.065 –  495 649 1.260 892 –  4. to 36ft.219 7.665 578 –  3.Transportation Road Kilometerage by Province Road Western Central Southern Northern Eastern Class Class Class Class Class Class A B C D E Class Class Class Class Class A B C D E Class Class Class Class Class A B C D E Class Class Class Class Class A B C D E Total Total Total Total Class Class Class Class Class Total A B C D E 374 1.009 775 –  3.282 756 –  471 693 1.750 354 919 1.421 3.092 1.165 –  4. width surface generally motorable during dry weather only.311 1.559 180 –  416 804 1.372 29.903 3.371 26. generally unmotorable but some are jeepable.962 3.800 11.246 Year 2010 734 524 1.546 –  3.392 1. “D” Class – Gravelled road with 8ft.261 715 –  471 693 1.963 3.

202 2.834 6.582 1.235 26.912 63.384 1.570 15.255 4.060 48.512 38.890 61.952 2.4 Motor Vehicles by Province(a) Number Vehicle Category Western Central Southern Northern Eastern North North Uva Western Central Sabara- All gamuwa Island Year 2008 (b) (c) Omnibuses Private Coaches Dual Purpose Vehicles Private Cars Land Vehicles Goods Transport Vehicles Motor Cycles Threewheelers Others 6.653 16.124 7.231 5.324 148.966 68.302 10.755 9.566 8.974 Total 972.567 911 31.355 4.908 379.659.196 3.003 5.287 75.996 56.337 1.123 Year 2010 (f) (g) Omnibuses Private Coaches Dual Purpose Vehicles Private Cars Land Vehicles Goods Transport Vehicles Motor Cycles Threewheelers Others Total 6.032 35.337 3.535 6.699 161.418 6.024 22.330 131.487 11.974 19.192 416.243 5.708 1.982 201.836 82.848 171.572 5.093 185.469 23.859 8.396 82.192 72.247 28.009 15.056 1.237 8.782 161.291 36.019 47.124 1.111 16.290 102.230 1.022 7.260 (a) Motor Vehicles with valid revenue licenses.925 4.613 183.507 9.604 1.074 860 15.643 11.489 185.994 218.965 82.890 96.609 829 815 3.380 4.743 1.825 19.206 3.856 19.075.194 Year 2009 (d) (e) 188.205 261.835 3.842 8.072 4.331 284.297 182.122 417 481 301 2.687 14.867 6.378 Total 969.329 2.546 23.715 13.296 1.873 53.243 18.332 2.847 192. (b) Revenue licenses issued by some Divisional Secretariats in Northern.424 60.009 12.125 15.404 464.252 219.134 7 12.738 12.895 290.024 39.191 4.630 3.006 170.393 180.787 Omnibuses Private Coaches Dual Purpose Vehicles Private Cars Land Vehicles Goods Transport Vehicles Motor Cycles Threewheelers Others 6.607 15.301 11.916 12.886 568 965 774 441 3.987 17.114 100 670 2.123 1.145 1.087 85.936 17.360.314 24.254 421.965 194.089 2.512 14.524 4.394 485 543 534 752 1.806 98 270.754 46.544 55. 122 Sources : Divisional Secretariats Central Bank of Sri Lanka .403 4.741 17.209 15. Uva.435 179.419 10.749 14.227 2.659 15.036 16. Uva and Sabaragamuwa provinces are not included.637 390 151 547 1.237 81 359 947 4.599 256.986 88.771 8.203 425 341 226.794 5.257 1.191 863 1.Transportation Table 12.254 116.317 319.212 125 320 1.054 25.183 1.171 4.388 3.925 100.358 19.158.980 6.969 82.817 19.995 267 257 602 4.976 151.388 15.909 291. North Western.097 36.308 79.641 858 21.683 15.233 79 13.429 20.077 116. (g) Provisional. Eastern.461 115.667 24.676 30.548 47.549 27.100.631 44.291 1.762 62.438 8.099 1.323 14.306 9.595 3.384 5.972 90. (c) Excluding Mullaitivu and Vavuniya districts.385 3.992 3.581 4.269 78 693 1.579 46.801 312 339 676 4.421 24.300 425 53 307 354 771 1.915 70.374 78.942 31.454 49.699 13.163.835 2.280.031 110.512 15.740 99.692 348 27 441 291 817 1. (d) Revenue licenses issued by some Divisional Secretariats in Northern. Sabaragamuwa and Central provinces are not included.916 4.409 173.965 5 4. Eastern.577 4.303 75.840 182.847 343.209 7.275 2.090 105.036 1.551 2.985 1.760 352.831 200.744 351.804 2. North Western.571 76.929 8. (e) Revised (f) Revenue licenses issued by some Divisional Secretariats in Northern and Eastern provinces are not included.587 455 455 363 2.728 25.524 40.078 14.736 20.867 44.493 11.334 9.502 28.810 37.924 22.215 480.174 127.527 154.632 4.393 172.550 1.809 21.306 1.996 120.

811 85.474 43.621 317 n.080 15.112 7. n.466 250.827 10.333 Others 82 39 194 65 72 –  –  –  –  Total 72.334 Average Passenger Journey.491 23.268 10.081 17.133 2.877 16. km.885 4.133 3. 50 52 52 52 Average Vehicle Utilization (e).193 2.664 4. Mn.039 15.190 4.695 359 18.712 1.724 11. 13.129 4.423 20.804 179.432 3.008 7.068 222.642 6.204 189.0 84.075 23.421 37.685 14. 14.339 2.530 12.439 21.a.129 1.670 12.389 12.2 15.037 257 6.569 15.0 102.166 1. Mn.825 23. km.346 27.237 155.591 13.294 7.6 2001 – 2010 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010(a) Operational Passenger Journeys. Operated Kilometres 1.588 8.681 23.877 36.130 2. 50 50 50 50 50 n.037 27.914 20.480 15.780 16. n.204 20.119 10.842 229.537 12.214 1.787 10.500 16.8 13.8 102. 10.838 19.016 3.070 1.030 270 6.274 89.375 1.750 6.816 2.829 15.851 7.a.410 13.338 304 6. Rs.085 252. n.250 12. (c) Operated Kilometres × Average Capacity.648 Goods Transport 11.069 17.522 297.022 2.1 15. 21.603 182.838 9.512 223.167 19.994 7.557 10.988 4. Operated 203 205 200 187 185 n.697 Lorries 5.286 Hand Tractors 307 6.637 22.246 4.864 8.134 6.– Not available 123 .282 21.083 12.274 Seat Kilometres (c).180 20.2 14.560 19.546 7.426 34.473 Others –  446 858 1.601 16.016 Duel Purpose Vehicles 5.131 16.530 13.110 7.634 113.364 316.857 17. (d) Passenger Kilometres × 100   Seat Kilometres (e) Per Bus per Day.214 8.718 24.980 3.451 12.444 342 211 21.752 564 Source : National Transport Commission (a) Provisional (b) Total Revenue/Average Fare per Kilometre. No. No.762 135. Buses Scheduled (Average Daily).184 86.301 –  359.Transportation Item New Registration of Motor Vehicles 2001 – 2010 Number 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 54.0 Average Capacity of Vehicles Operated.775 17.578 156.436 17.871 14.a.546 2.508 43.524 10.952 44.a.0 104.594 15.069 1.116 124.a.173 1. No.300 6.696 41. Mn.127 4.745 6.669 300.476 26.482 n.0 97.0 16.994 13.310 8.283 130.1 Load Factor (d).409 361 7.429 12.0 96.775 14.6 13.5 Item 2001 2002 2003 2004 Table 12.862 12.443 536 925 7.336 4.336 1.938 6. Way Bill Collection Sales of Season Tickets 7.243 Source : Department of Motor Traffic (a) Provisional SLTB / Regional Bus Companies Table 12. Buses Operated (Average Daily).1 16.245 5.6 17.789 191.919 7. 375 336 296 259 262 305 313 332 Passenger Kilometres (b).762 20. n.973 528 21.974 2.803 11.952 2.003 54.199 204.0 99.446 14. Mn.072 204.286 739 5.894 9.a.963 1.042 Passenger Transport Buses and Coaches Private Cars Motor Cycles Three Wheelers 2010(a) 19.876 146.893 265.a.736 6.785 2.092 Tractors 6.351 181.0 96. % 97.746 6.0 96.959 3.a.770 7.626 64.685 6.132 15.828 3.856 1.239 864 1.280 Others 94 300 227 293 348 661 414 450 401 Land Vehicles 6. 202 201 199 Revenue.1 17.949 21.324 960 940 860 852 920 910 918 6.

7 Ton Kilometreage of Goods   Hauled (f).150 59 59 59 59 59 –  –  –  –  160 160 160 142 151 172 172 172 172 9 9 9 9 9 –  –  –  –  144 146 147 130 144 161 161 161 162 15 14 14 14 14 –  –  –  –  54 58 62 64 59 44 48 53 54 39 51 51 50 55 61 62 52 48 170 –  Rolling Stock.090 2.4 0.964 1.631 2.0 8.0 –  Goods Hauled.020 Working Expenditure.510 1.390 1.671 4.192 15. (f) Number of tons hauled × distance hauled.132 1.3 0. Tons 1.8 8.586 2.473 3.0 7.200 –  1.245** 1.512 6.390 1. km.8 9.539 2.875 2. Shunting Locos) ** Maintainable Stock 124 800 –  1.020 3.152 750** 750** 800 800 26 26 26 26 26 –  –  –  –  2. 17.4 0. Rs. Rs.).273 (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) Provisional Locomotives include all engines.152 1. 1.136 692 –  2.168 15.491 2.362 –  172 –  163 –  52 49 2. Ordinary Ticket Passengers (c) Season Ticket Passengers Passenger Kilometres (d). Mn. Mn. Number of journeys taken by passengers holding ordinary tickets (or number of ordinary ticket holders.045 1. Rs. Locomotives (b) Broad Gauge Dual Gauge (KV-Line) Passenger Coaches Broad Gauge Dual Gauge (KV-Line) Goods Wagons Broad Gauge Dual Gauge (KV-Line) Route.813 1.328 3. Mn.365 1.7 1. km. km.135 1. Number of season ticket holders multiplied by 40 (assuming that a season ticket holder usually takes 40 numbers of journey for a month).829 15.024 2.168 2.362 1.143 1.3 1.2 8. Mn.390 1.7 2001 – 2010 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010(a) 200 202 202 202 202 178* 178* 187 187 9 7 7 7 7 –  –  –  –  1.128 1. steam and diesel and power sets and rail cars. 109 131 129 134 135 138 133 121 114 Receipts from Goods Traffic.0 1.744 1.470 2.225 8.148 1.3 0.147 2.383 4. Mn. Rs.127 1.200 14 14 14 14 14 –  –  –  –  1.5 1.6 1.143 1.460 16.045 1.958 2. Mn. No.6 8.3 Gross Receipts. No. * Maintainable Stock (including DMUs. Number of passengers travelled × distance travelled.7 8. Ordinary Ticket Passengers Season Ticket Passengers (e) 2.761 15.297 8.7 163 420 0.168 2.678 1.788 Personnel Strength. Mn.589 1.999 3.0 0.697 17. Broad Gauge Dual Gauge (KV-Line) Sub Stations. No.314 2.245** 1.3 4.360 16. Ordinary Ticket Passengers 680 758 776 994 1. Mn.577 1.6 1.6 1.4 0.932 2.749 1.Transportation Item Sri Lanka Railways 2001 2002 2003 Table 12.173 16.604 Revenue from Passenger Traffic. Mn.143 1.200 1.135 2.767 1.170 2.200 1. 3.495 Season Ticket Passengers 188 200 201 271 331 441 447 699 777 Coaching Train Kilometre. Broad Gauge Dual Gauge (KV-Line) Stations.5 0.957 17. 8.603 Source : Sri Lanka Railways .773 1.328 5. Mn.7 1.5 1.045 1.385 1.018 7. No. 174 225 211 260 270 393 314 364 337 Goods Train Kilometres.472 7. Broad Gauge Dual Gauge (KV-Line) Passenger Journeys. 1.

273 28.726 1.960 24.114 75.970 1.139 3.040 4.3 73.376 793.296 361 256 13.931 53.724 277 279 12.242 3.233 4.932 15.688 88 107 4.692 326.960 46.297 3. ’000 Weight Load Factor.366 8. Freight Tons Carried.076 813.807.062 3.544 80.621 26.080 15.399.776 76.717 1.650 69.694 1.838 73 121 3.700 67.810 50.1 5.681.910 16.493 337.075 42.609 3.143 24.735 82.1 79.910 48 109 17.469 1.284 27.080 188.097 4.851.097 Liquid Bulk 3.180.015 2.6 77.861 17.373 19. Colombo Galle Trincomalee Employees Colombo Galle Trincomalee 36.455. MT ’000 Colombo Galle Trincomalee 2010(a) 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010(a) 4.560 1.883 3.510 779.671 1.356 15.660 12.157 752 1.435 1.889 2.004 22.326 87 297 4.280 27.695 2.412.747 480 601 Source : Sri Lanka Ports Authority .4 194 58.328 1.688 581 1.307 318 1.726.599 10.356.220.856 314 186 13.713 16.297 4..661 2.3 75.874 19.155.228 62.553 58.122 751.145.858 976.456 4.318 465 221 13.312 289.502 47.451 28.331 22.197 589.904 9.324 41.570 117 327 4.213 753.232 1.387 15.Transportation Table 12.147 6.435. 43.236 1.556 4.611 12.137.869 524 1.589 37.533 1.105 332 230 17.687.694 1.177 321.903 1.610.363 9.032 3.723 20.368 11.814 4.263 393 205 13.646.552 19.337.604 1. ’000 Available Seat Kilometres.279 45.336 2.606 1. TEU Domestic Transhipment Re-Stowing Revenue.338 3.154.969.874 699.110 626 1.8 Aviation – Air Lanka / Sri Lankan Airlines 2002 – 2010 Item 2002 Scheduled Services Kilometres Flown.255 69.014 3.155 15.381.522 638 776 17.9 Port Services 2001 – 2010 Item Vessels Arrived Colombo (b) Galle Trincomalee Cargo Discharged.068 4.697 661 1.716.381 69.012 40.263 513 591 28.490 39.344 31.521 2.893 1.120 61.095.559 89.060 1.464.717.125 300.969 (a) Provisional Source : Sri Lankan Airlines Table 12.611 1.026 Container Throughput (Port of Colombo).884 30. that commenced Cargo Handling at the QEQ with effect from 5 September 1999.001 16.132 19. % Total Tonne Kilometres Performed. ’000 Hours Flown Passengers Carried.373 Containerised 18.735 87.217 689.479 2.785.623 17.382.264 4.667 12.162 44.060 12.525 2.505 42.929 114 96 4.6 73.564 24.162 1.252 56.807.608 16.636 2.228 100 141 4.299 34.441 531.052 1.826 98.320 19.340.545.070 97.121.275 11.214 166 1.358 9.983 1.404 10.1 4.165 1.889 64.644 46.418 12.893 13.6 76.069 19.148 8. 125 20.501 2.147.708 11.619 9.521.159 1 2 0 0 0 0.217 622 688 23.944 625.249.647 22.458 1.907 29.139 1.762 1.362 886.830 482 1.470 577 620 25.798 38.561 314 268 13.741 26.680 318.565 4.347 18.123 1.744.837 3.548 553 614 23.085 735 2.8 313 193 173 282 173 280 331 256 334 Total Cargo Handled (b) (Port of Colombo). No.548 60.502.461. No.561 16.086 458 1.667 15.055 3. ’000 Passengers (Including Excess Baggage) Freight & Mail Available Tonne Kilometres.250 109.048 838 649 Dry Bulk 1.689 109.789 449 312 13.790 63.114 32 310 4.527 12.8 941.961.424 68 322 4.4 4.896 803.451 47.000 9.199 1.913 25.816 178 337 13.422 739.541 11.950 27.500 2.321 12.505 88.257 55.067 3.565 3.005 66.213.271 751.159 1. MT ’000 24.744 737 1.461. Rs.585 34.157.854 7.735 12.0 3. ’000 Passenger Load Factor.687 2.8 4.145 21.085 3.959.184 67.210.342 17.540 655 1.3 4.992 932.494 9.000 9.107. Mn.426 627 2.224.947 35.233 11.828 11.198 31.083.710 4.888 634 711 (a) Provisional.287.076.361 1.040.796 54.689 8.508 78.522 39.664 835.926.213 819.655 24.934 40.154 70. MT ’000 Colombo (b) Galle Trincomalee Cargo Loaded.357 47.448 276.787 76 199 4.0 5.344 6.459 21.668 69.392 19.645 79.768 51.920 3.468. (b) Including South Asia Gateway Terminal Ltd.242 855. No.633.859 10.188 2.252 748.315.0 74.079.3 0.740 1.044 9.174 1.542 27.296 9.297.218 28. Passenger Kilometres Flown.257 2.428 43.705 15.5 0.543 230.106 83.5 1.461 0.2 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 34.102 59. % Employment.477.114.038 24.168.714.565 2.624 389 374 18.841.625 12.079.469 4.367 12.422 2.244 1.715 12.559 546.648 1.0 5.764.940 66.959 17.382 615 663 25.601 Break Bulk 1.1 4.800 24.

Mn. Mn.8 4.660 61.881.163 2.3 4.0 8.545.3 30.925 73.885 30.217 Buses Operated 2007 2008 2009 2010(a) Seating Capacity 2007 2008 2009 2010(a) 5.067.177.365 653.7 298.3 4.7 9.2 484.2 0.0 93.7 9.058.10 Selected Public Transport Indicators by Province Item Western Central Southern Northern Eastern North North Uva Western Central Sabara- All gamuwa Island Sri Lanka Railways Operated Kilometers.884 624.100 20.1 281.3 2007 3.775.903. Mn.9 47.184.2 305.2 87.0 67.338.8 1.973 80.850 817 933 1.7 0.539.306.4 42.9 1.8 15.307 1.2 0.5 1.190 699 346 129 225 471 266 421 497 1.768 660 588 2. 2007 268.212.019 1.474 533 753 1.0 22.6 189.3 8.496.8 9.5 1.6 83.8 13.530 4.9 11.6 1.0 2.8 1.1 29. Mn.6 297.840.3 58.6 19.7 19.8 1.221.7 90.7 30.1 42.3 37.3 4.108 5.847.5 36.041.250 1. Mn.5 1.635 37.7 9.1 0.3 2.3 1.1 295.715 571 716 1.626.259 1.6 25.048.0 9.5 2.222.515.0 0.797.3 2.210 60.136.6 3.681.8 1.9 1.279.731 18.0 80.1 2009 2010(a) 4.100.256 2.962 23.3 1.4 44.8 2.8 0.0 117.727.901 3.840 58.8 4.5 0.1 25.762 607. Mn.3 1.2 59.662 2008 7.2 (a) Provisional 17.3 159.3 3.2 631.273.775 2010(a) 6.820 15.238 462 412 1.6 2.564 93.9 5.8 2008 252.555 44.3 0.2 2.3 21.0 134.1 2009 27.062.9 8.9 208.5 2.900 1.8 47. 2007 2008 2009 2010(a) 3.7 119.9 0.6 1.9 2010(a) 266.940 1.8 71.2 208.4 4.4 5.7 5.5 2.180 5.5 1.175 94.168.6 313.0 Freight Tonne Kilometers.562.2 39.5 61.6 4. Mn.260 36.6 138.278.8 1.6 4.5 16.1 362.0 13.9 1.262.563.1 39.3 Operated Kilometers.490 14.244 4.087.1 894.5 25.4 1.873 1.459.609.111 873 1.392.2 0.2 30.2 45.7 0. 2007 28.3 69.4 1.6 1.855 23.9 3.7 Passenger Kilometers.087 1.5 49.347.7 1.981.1 32.339.2 96.2 Sources: National Transport Commission Sri Lanka Railways 126 .9 85.2 3.5 342.0 165.782.475 611 881 1.5 25.1 16.5 98.2 165.103.275 714.665 18.4 2009 244.8 71.5 15.3 3.594.3 9.5 43.2 332.7 944.9 1.4 324.1 89.0 25.2 11.510.985 28.459 83.778 270.742.4 61.8 32.510 14.9 781.1 0.4 1.676 1.5 2.5 51.880 23.6 1.7 0.029.4 1.1 Private Bus Services Private Operator Buses 2007 7.5 16.1 33.9 336.243 5.4 22.4 53.7 14. 2007 4.318.2 23.6 133.4 3.7 0.116 13.0 5.580 73.651.9 33.7 0.2 27.025 19.125 249.2 31.6 31.228.440 2009 7. 3.728.9 13.9 1.610 13.270 231 390 1.4 3.9 136.625 62. 2007 2008 2009 2010(a) 83.130.9 355.142.048.5 765.7 152.8 304.275 653.7 41.405 2.3 0.800 661 650 2.8 40.535 2. 2007 2008 2009 2010(a) 14.3 986.6 22.665 19.444 530 521 1.3 2010(a) 4.3 59.304.738.016.4 84.177.8 127.352.7 17.3 3.9 0.7 0.3 2009 4.0 3.2 1.7 1.480 95.9 0.675 61.2 24.8 162.4 584.730.8 45.0 1.297.802.9 0.9 1.3 Passenger Kilometers.6 1.410 64.4 1.012 Operated Kilometers.251.4 2.1 0.6 1.3 15.816.075 1.4 2.065 50.1 0.3 1.359.3 254.3 19.4 SLCTB / Regional Bus Companies Buses Operated 2007 2008 2009 2010(a) 1.6 9.4 16.7 36.775 22.400 228.733 1.705 1.441 14.9 85.805 12.655 62.186.8 250.3 33.057 111.341.2 120.Transportation Table 12.3 2008 4.728 2.8 4.079 1.2 793.3 1.8 4.6 4.7 2008 31.2 759.1 6.710 26.3 0.5 1.324.3 1.176.776 41.1 3.0 2.8 36.3 33.217 399 501 1.8 2010(a) 45.786 414 406 1.497.4 28.3 0.9 1.066 15.2 283.2 0.8 133.285 248 276 1.7 232.7 0.6 113.9 3.7 0.106 761 1.999.1 18.5 2008 4.6 12.5 3.6 1.680.0 39.765 652 455 2.564 1.170 686 323 134 202 464 256 407 487 1.8 629.476 1.062.129 4.6 19.4 146.5 6.766.0 35.9 91.805.131.170 259.243 726 380 152 221 519 285 477 527 1.5 234.6 31.439.8 3.1 56.1 2.8 31.197 692 384 169 228 503 289 458 521 Passenger Kilometers.9 11.2 0.

6 47. 53.4 32. n.3 1981/82 1986/87(a) 1996/97(a) 2003/04 (b) 22. n.3 13.9 65.3 38.SOcio-Economic Services Table 13.4 6.8 0.0 0.8 5.9 12.4 80.7 13.Illiterate 6.a.3 27.5 10.2 30.7 51.3 10.8 28.a.a. Gas and Water Wholesale and Retail Trade Public Administration.9 14.5 34.0 48.2 3.7 0.0 13.4 6.6 7.a.3 89.9 Graduate 8.7 0.6 7.a.0 1.9 30.8 86.9 29.8 11. n.7 47.1 42.9 9.0 12.3 0.2 27.7 9.6 No Schooling .a.3 10.0 2.5 48.7 90.9 48.a.4 86.0 19.6 13.4 34.9 n.6 30.7 38.0 34.8 7.9 (Contd.a.7 7.1 71.0 5.9 29.a.6 3. 47.1 18.8 1.3 1.8 47.2 12.4 2.3 6.8 18.a.2 38.5 2.8 0.9 34.3 28.4 51.1 Sri Lanka Socio-Economic Conditions 1953 – 2003/04 Item Population Distribution by Sex and Age Groups.5 15.9 1.0 16.2 1.9 27.9 0.5 11.1 49.2 0.0 11.2 8.1 47.8 Labour Force.a.4 16. Defence and Other Personal Services Unemployment.5 No Schooling .6 8. n.9 8.4 24.3 13.9 n. n.a.9 43.5 14.7 14.9 54. % of Labour Force 51.3 7.6 n.9 81.a.4 53.1 26.4 11.6 14.3 7.7 0.a. n.4 88.5 0.2 12. 17.0 17.3 24.1 25.8 1.a.7 31.6 Male Female 1978/79 26.7 13.6 21.7 0.7 12.5 6.a.3 11. n.5 90.9 0.0 48.5 9.8 0.) 127 .6 52.3 1.9 13. n.3 20.3 Passed GCE(A/L)/HSC 2.2 35.7 5.9 89. n.8 9.3 16.3 10.3 0. % Male Female No Schooling Primary Secondary Tertiary 50.9 43.4 5.4 1.a.6 36.4 9.a.6 12.7 49.2 12.0 35.7 14.8 1.8 14.2 6.6 5.a.5 1.6 24.8 29.4 11.9 13.8 21.6 18.0 9.9 8.a.a.3 24.8 9. n.8 9. n.0 1.1 39.2 7. n.3 11. 48. n.8 } } n.9 36.6 0.9 37.0 9.a.4 18.7 13.2 3.2 85.8 11.3 32.5 34.5 0.3 11.1 11.8 8.0 21.2 0.7 13.1 13.3 23.0 Passed GCE(O/L)/SSC 25.8 46.9 51.5 13.4 n.6 15. n.3 1.4 10.5 20.6 79.3 6.9 0.1 24.8 2.8 14.0 39.9 8.8 21.1 15.7 19.8 11.1 49.a.5 14.2 56.4 1.8 6.3 50. Forestry and Fishing Mining and Quarrying Manufacturing Construction Electricity.a.5 30.5 51.0 27.7 Primary 16.0 0.a.4 51.2 8.9 n.5 13. % of Population 1973 41.2 40.8 19. 87.3 16.4 94.3 14.5 14. % Male Female   0-13 Years 14-18 Years 19-25 Years 26-35 Years 36-45 Years 46-55 Years Above 55 Years Literacy Rate (Aged 5 Years and Above).3 16.4 13.0 8.8 45.6 7.0 51.7 1.8 23. n.6 35.4 17.a.4 10.3 15.5 22.9 23.1 12.8 8.7 11.2 10.3 13. Educational Attainment.9 81.0 20.a.0 Labour Force.8 14. n.3 5.7 7.7 33.8 92.2 24.4 44.9 74.9 41.2 85.8 28.0 19.4 25. 13. n.9 12. n.0 22.4 35.9 4.1 7.a.3 9.4 8.1 2.7 3.1 37.2 94.5 Secondary 17.3 9.9 6.8 15.7 0.5 12.5 11. 29.3 12.3 2. n.7 48.7 25.3 54.2 17.5 15.1 92.a.2 0. n.7 13.8 n.8 1.0 49.a. % Agriculture. % 1953 Male Female Total By Age Groups 14-18 Years 19-25 Years 26-35 Years 36-45 Years 46-55 Years Above 55 Years By Education Level By Sector Urban Rural Estate n.7 1.4 5.0 31.Literate 5.1 48.8 41.0 8.8 6. 40.1 26. n.7 1.4 10.1 32.5 50.8 2.9 38.6 91.6 35.4 5.8 30.6 11.5 10.7 0.3 7.9 Employment by Industrial Sector.6 7.4 8. Employment and Unemployment 1963 n.

49 0.7 52. 67.80 3.1 Sri Lanka Socio-Economic Conditions 1953 – 2003/04 (Contd.2 0.7 42.6 7.5 55.31 7.19 2.0 3.3 43.1 162 34 191 36 310 58 877 179 1.a.8 26. n. n.9 n.2 0.87 41.93 0.108 1.SOcio-Economic Services Table 13.5 77.8 1.4 14.a.46 16.7 56.65 15. n. n.3 2.70 3. n.73 0.9 28.80 5.57 3.70 0.3 55.592 2.3 10.9 4.8 4. – Not available 128 .0 8.7 24.5 10.a. Rs.37 9.012 15. n.41 1.817 5. n.a.36 38.1 37.a.a.4 10.2 7. % of Households Availability of Household Equipment.5 3.5 25.9 4.6 3. 73.a.278 3.37 5. Mullaitivu and Mannar districts.6 76.75 10.3 2.4 2.4 2.5 14.9 1.19 5.728 8.54 10.40 4.4 26.936 59.6 44.4 54.7 18.6 1.a. n.10 4.0 22.3 3.49 1.09 2.5 13.2 56.0 3.6 Radio Sewing Machine Refrigerator Telephone / Mobile Phone Bicycle Motor Cycle / Scooter Motor Car / Van Television Washing Machine Air Conditioner Personal Computer n.5 2.a.57 4.a.8 74.a.8 56.6 5. Rs.28 0.55 6.86 4.8 n.1 1.3 4.4 7.57 5.a.5 5.9 73.47 39.652 2.3 39.9 6.0 45.4 0.1 4.2 1.a.38 5.45 0.760 10.7 10. % of Households 4.7 27. n.6 49.4 34.2 2.07 2.0 58. %   1st Decile   2nd Decile   3rd Decile   4th Decile   5th Decile   6th Decile   7th Decile   8th Decile   9th Decile 10th Decile Gini Coefficient (Spending Units) Gini Coefficient (Income Receivers) Availability of Electricity.a.9 25.6 30.3 40. n. n.4 78.4 50.a.3 53.4 4.8 2. Per Spending Unit Per Person Consumer Expenditure Shares.8 2.36 15.9 31.0 88.9 7.754 1.4 0.7 35.56 12.0 0.6 16.1 39.5 40.50 1.3 10.17 2.68 37.56 4.53 5.4 5.70 11.a.3 5.45 3.6 54.4 60.6 7.8 1.17 4.6 0.8 14.3 21.9 12.37 0.45 3.5 36. n.3 n.5 46.8 7.7 3. (b) Excluding Kilinochchi. 60.2 8.98 11.a.0 35.44 9. n.6 38. n. n.3 36.8 n.9 50.3 54.0 1.43 0. % Food Clothing and Apparel Housing Medical Education Transport and Communication Fuel and Light Consumer Durables Interest on Debt Other Source : Consumer Finances and Socio-Economic Survey Series Central Bank of Sri Lanka (a) Excluding Northern and Eastern provinces.16 42.71 6.6 2. n.5 56.0 37.3 38.9 n.8 2.570 318 2.3 0. 41.4 31.68 14.1 12.39 14.a.6 58.7 2.5 6.6 1.0 5.94 10.175 534 8.70 7.7 21.9 8. n.9 1.55 15.a.9 4.5 31.10 11.6 0.5 48.2 45.93 7.3 5.9 43.4 3.2 6.8 37.30 8.8 4.6 2.3 3.82 8.2 6.2 41.400 108 134 228 606 1.52 4.6 16.8 70.a. n.6 0.6 18.a.0 25. Per Spending Unit Per Income Reciever Income Shares by Deciles of Income Receivers.8 n. n.56 3.3 9.4 23.6 Pipe Borne Water Separate Toilets Common Toilets Without Toilets 11.48 1.9 52.1 15.52 1.7 2.08 15.3 0. n.45 0.9 Wattle and Daub Walls Brick Walls Clay Floors Cement Floors Thatched Roof Tiled Roof 59.4 6.8 27.4 0.6 41. n.6 2.76 7.a.52 1.3 2.0 0.79 8.2 10.20 15.17 2. % of Households Consumer Expenditure per Month.1 33.a.10 7.41 4.1 7.1 Water Supply & Sanitation. 25.7 30.9 31.4 8.7 1.6 4.9 45.9 0.9 31.37 11.0 44.9 1.2 25.9 90.9 21.9 5.9 22.93 6. n.56 4.3 58.3 5. 0.46 0.7 24.a.a.12 11.98 0.9 34.a.3 0.9 0.46 0.2 6.39 5.2 3.9 3.6 6.5 16.744 15.0 39.9 5.24 0.6 29. n.51 3.5 7.50 1.91 29. % of Households Housing Conditions.5 0.7 56. n. n.5 9.8 56.6 5.86 8.0 8.a.5 12.) Item 1953 1963 1973 1978/79 1981/82 1986/87(a) 1996/97(a) 2003/04(b) 169 193 311 921 1.46 0.a.53 6. n. n.69 6.3 12. 49.0 2.35 0.a.1 11.a.10 8.4 26.5 58.3 3.7 5.a.1 4.6 29.01 39.a.8 1.5 38.50 Income Distribution Average Income Per Month.7 16.5 28.a.27 2.77 3.7 n.a.43 0.0 13. 20.37 41.a.0 19.

2 17.1 92.4 8.6 2.0 0.2 33.3 94.6 14.6 0.1 16.6 11.9 21.0 12.2 80.4 53.9 1.5 6.SOcio-Economic Services Table 13.6 13.1 12.9 12.4 19.4 92.8 45.4 94.8 94.3 0.1 12.9 81.4 – 1.4 6.6 78.0 10.8 76.5 90.0 5.1 19 .8 13.4 13 Years and Below 21.4 11.2 7.2 40.9 0.4 6.9 9.5 11.5 91.6 Secondary 45.2 12. % of Population Male Female 67.6 Electricity.6 64.4 Above 55 Years 15.1 31.9 13.8 11.1 37.45 Years 14.4 16.5 Construction 7.1 28.4 86.1 4.7 12.9 17.8 8.9 11.1 14.3 14.8 18.7 60.0 66.0 Common Toilets 6. % of Households Pipe Borne Water 57.2 51.8 11.7 3.6 91.3 21.6 31.3 0.9 Mining and Quarrying 0.9 12.2 52.6 0.8 14.4 92.8 91.5 12.7 54.0 65.9 6.7 3.8 31.6 22.5 1.5 Labour Force.6 48.6 31.6 15.0 Literacy Rate.2 7.2 28.2 – – 0.5 18.2 14.7 35.0 6.0 11.0 1.2 9.5 0.4 85.8 26.1 15.7 Sabara- All gamuwa Island 48.6 0.7 53.2 2.3 6.5 12.1 76. % of Households Wattle and Daub Walls Brick / Cement Block Walls Clay Floor Cement / Terrazo / Tiles Floor Thatched Roof Tiles / Asbestoes Roof Water Supply and Sanitation.4 29.1 18.6 0.3 42.18 Years 8.6 26 .7 Employment by Sector.5 50.4 63.1 15.5 36 .9 7.3 11.35 Years 15.9 23.9 12. Gas and Water 0.4 11.5 2.1 78.9 0.8 51.2 17.4 72.3 5.6 0.4 65.1 12.7 – 11.2 4.8 6.8 64.) 129 .8 6.5 14.5 0.1 13.9 63.2 16.1 35.0 3.3 14.3 Above 55 Years 0.2 Other Services 23.7 2.1 6.1 7.25 Years 60.6 Educational Attainment.0 5.4 68.0 13.2 Wholesale and Retail Trade 20.5 0.4 38.1 7.6 12.6 17.2 13.2 26 .1 19 .7 Housing Conditions.8 3.1 15.5 82.0 18.9 13. % Male Female 97.7 74.5 3.4 1.5 15.2 48.3 6.9 79.5 81.2 18.3 88.3 4.6 46 .6 51.9 62.6 13.3 75.9 47.2 11.4 15.35 Years 18.8 68.2 Socio-Economic Conditions by Province 2003/04 Item Western Central Southern Northern Eastern North North Uva (a) Western Central Population Distribution by Sex and Age Groups. % No Schooling 3.7 78.6 16.4 30.8 4.1 0.0 19.3 5.9 0.0 12.0 73.7 1.5 Unemployment by Age Groups 14 .5 32.4 8. % of Household 92. % Agriculture.6 14.0 77.3 80.2 10.1 9.3 0.4 24.5 62.6 – 1.5 51.1 12.0 6.7 16.0 Transport. % of Labour Force Male Female 6.6 82. Forestry and Fishing 9.4 3.5 – 0.2 30.9 0.3 29.0 17.3 4.1 9.2 20.5 14.9 4.9 41.5 68.1 14 .5 12.3 13.1 94.7 22.6 65.0 13.0 12.5 95.8 10.3 48.7 0.9 29.5 0.6 (Contd.0 83.8 6.6 13.6 68.3 5.25 Years 11.5 59.1 6.6 38.9 4.9 4.0 5.3 91.4 56.7 13.2 12.2 13.2 51.9 5.2 65.3 3.7 38.7 14.0 13.0 18.0 3.0 33.5 1.0 2.0 18.2 17.2 2.8 59.6 30.0 78.7 33.6 13.3 48.3 51.2 10.4 76.3 13.3 13.8 48.5 22.3 20.4 28.5 76.6 10.8 25.7 43.7 44.3 43.3 46 .1 14.5 94.3 31.6 10.8 90.8 62.3 91.0 56.1 5.6 7.5 13.0 13.1 36 .5 15.7 7.5 59.6 Separate Toilets 92.9 5.2 10.9 90.7 64.3 26.45 Years 5.5 95. % Male Female 46.4 8.7 23.6 52.6 11.5 90.2 51.4 11.6 67.1 81.5 2.4 14.7 51.4 56.9 5.1 Tertiary 27.4 5.4 13.5 47.4 12.7 7.7 86.0 9.8 1.0 4.0 0.2 16.6 9.7 12.9 36.8 17.0 21.6 24.3 16.6 31.7 12.6 60.6 32.55 Years 12.8 5.0 20.5 17.2 75. Storage and Communication 11.4 10.0 18.7 9.2 Unemployment.9 26.0 2.0 Primary 23.6 Availability of Electricity.0 19.2 67.3 36.6 6.8 94.9 67.1 3.3 46.8 79.5 13.9 12.8 39.9 24.1 Manufacturing 26.2 17.3 30.7 10.9 7.5 94.55 Years 2.9 22.9 79.6 68.8 19.6 10.18 Years 12.7 5.2 30.4 93.4 44.2 Without Toilets 1.8 71.1 12.6 17.2 14.5 16.4 13.8 1.9 13.9 18.2 3.4 37.8 1.9 13.4 81.0 2.9 30.0 91.3 17.4 1.4 14.5 39.8 87.5 0.

6 9.51 0. 20.7 3.4 4.4 1.0 4.5 7.6 4.5 Clothing and Apparel Housing Medical Education Transport and Communication Fuel and Light Consumer Durables Interest on Debt Other 10.8 70.1 2.1 0.222 3.4 4.6 2.1 27.4 1. % 1st Decile 1.2 1.4 3.3 67.1 13.6 11.6 9.6 16.5 4.4 34.0 4.9 7.2 1.6 5.8 15.4 37.7 Motor Car / Van 85.3 8.4 30.1 36.7 6.8 36.0 1.) Item Western Central Southern Northern Eastern North North Uva (a) Western Central Sabara- All gamuwa Island Income Distribution Average Income per Month.5 86.7 0.7 24.9 6.4 2.7 25.2 7.081 14.2 1.3 7.1 3.5 0.2 0.8 7.2 4th Decile 4.7 7.5 8.1 18.3 5.276 11.5 45.1 3.3 2nd Decile 2.6 4.6 3.4 9.7 10.6 1.0 15.1 6.2 2.8 2.3 9.1 3.2 2.2 80.6 Personal Computer 78.0 9.6 0.4 1.5 5.7 1.8 20.5 39.159 2.5 9.2 0.7 1.40 0.5 3.5 1.461 13.1 Consumer Expenditure per Month.6 21.5 6th Decile 7.3 1.427 13.022 7.4 Motor Cycle / Scooter 12.4 4.400 10.1 2.2 3.5 1.5 11.9 49.228 9.48 0.9 34.5 2.9 6.47 0.8 4.8 2.4 29.765 11.012 3.7 5.4 0.3 2.2 3.6 23.8 10.422 14.6 46.0 3.5 3.9 0.4 5th Decile 5.6 16.0 36.5 3.8 7th Decile 8.6 4.7 2.3 5.2 2.9 3rd Decile 3.43 0.8 2. % of Households 84.9 8.7 1.5 1.2 4.4 1.1 3.438 15.3 16.3 34.6 65.4 47.9 2.3 1.8 1.9 9.3 17.0 42.7 3.4 8.1 2.4 68.6 Television 17.3 2.1 3.4 2.9 4.0 9.2 15.1 6. Spending Units Income Receivers 21.2 3.1 2.8 9.42 0.8 31.8 3.5 3.5 14.7 1.8 1. 31.1 13.1 Air Conditioner 9.6 2.8 45.9 0.278 3.830 8.9 Sewing Machine 53.9 5.6 6.7 5.5 0.45 0.0 7.7 2.740 10.4 5.1 6.0 3.7 55.7 2.5 3.963 12.3 0.8 0.7 3.6 19.6 14.2 2.2 4.1 7.892 8.0 1.9 2.6 8.7 1.7 0.46 0.7 2.1 4.2 1.7 0.4 38.5 6.1 0.8 7.2 2.4 1.6 4.7 11.9 6.254 3.6 6.6 7.0 8.2 1.5 3.8 70.2 Washing Machine 2.9 1.6 (a) Excluding Kilinochchi.1 37.908 14.1 2.6 67.0 14.39 0.0 7.1 0.4 10.9 5.8 24.4 1.3 11.4 9.4 16.8 2.9 3.0 8.1 1. Mullaitivu and Mannar districts.8 4.0 15.4 11.3 16.9 1.8 2.1 78.4 6.9 28.7 Gini Coefficient (One Month Income) Spending Units Income Receivers 0.8 5.9 2.9 11.5 1.5 0.2 4.4 3.4 1.5 1.3 19.564 2.0 Source : Consumer Finances and Socio-Economic Survey 2003/04 Central Bank of Sri Lanka 130 .51 0.8 12.352 14.9 Refrigerator 45.3 1.4 3.0 1.2 9.SOcio-Economic Services Table 13.5 19.2 3.3 2.8 5.6 5.7 43.9 3.7 8th Decile 11.46 0.6 43.2 1.6 2.0 32.4 39.045 10.47 0.9 5.4 4.5 8.093 8.9 36.47 0. Rs.8 1.8 9.7 57.8 43.1 75.1 79.4 11.7 76.6 0.9 9.5 46.1 12.5 4.8 6.935 15.2 Radio 58.9 23.1 30.0 7.2 2. % Food Rice Wheat Flour Bread Meat Condiments Coconut Milk Sugar 30.1 18.7 43.4 Telephone / Cellular Phone 39. Rs.7 13.954 Per Spending Unit 5.7 73.8 71.9 8.3 3.3 1.1 0.9 4.7 15.1 11.8 16.0 7.2 20.5 2.3 43.2 8.5 3.8 4.7 2.2 2.3 8.52 0.559 9.0 4.2 Socio-Economic Conditions by Province 2003/04 (Contd.5 0.251 12.7 Bicycle 19.0 39.2 10.3 0.8 44.089 3.3 10.7 30.9 62.5 1.3 2.2 7.2 72.9 8.8 7.4 41.7 4.1 4.51 0.0 2.7 46.135 4.55 0.1 5.9 27.46 0.4 8.792 Per Person 15.9 0.9 5.9 1.936 Consumer Expenditure Shares.5 1.44 0.872 12.8 7.0 3.7 4.50 Availability of Household Equipment.5 2.2 5.4 0.2 8.8 16.5 34.5 11.326 12.5 3.5 1.8 31.0 1.6 5.922 3.1 31.1 10th Decile 39.8 0.8 7.6 78.8 2.5 1.6 4.7 8.2 2.0 7.9 8.8 6.9 2.9 9th Decile 16.2 2.1 2.7 10.754 Income Shares by Deciles of Income Receivers.143 12.7 78.3 8.2 0.377 10.8 2.9 7.3 8.6 1.9 3.5 14.539 10.2 1.42 0.790 14.2 1.6 29.0 7.

215 193 783 86 20 4 1.150 Kekulu Red Grams 1.749 1.719 37 101 6 16 0 15 33 1 1 9 4 214 314 106 131 133 63 63 81 33 88 80 108 75 75 173 274 63 10 39 51 26 212 6 40 44 14 54 25 7 4 26 1 0 (Contd.695 89 5.742 Kekulu White Grams 999 2.038 210 650 Par Boiled Grams 1.) .876 224 3.987 367 3.420 1.201 5.241 4.015 6.642 1.142 363 195 312 2.Standard Loaf Grams 2.726 1.648 2.076 979 1.Special Loaf Grams 67 47 4 36 23 40 13 16 17 Biscuits No.550 1.3 Socio-Economic Conditions : Monthly Per Capita Consumption of Selected Food Items 2003/04 Item Unit Western Central Southern Northern Eastern North North Uva (a) Western Central Sabara- All gamuwa Island Rice Samba Grams 3.228 584 Rice Flour Grams 49 44 27 996 221 43 42 43 19 Kurakkan Flour Grams 7 6 29 16 28 24 37 52 18 Ulundu Flour Grams 8 3 0 19 4 3 1 7 2 Bread .523 3.595 6. 131 81 103 89 102 91 73 77 93 Kurakkan Grams 2 3 2 1 6 3 30 29 4 Maize Grams 0 7 18 0 61 1 7 102 5 Barley Grams 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 Papadam Grams 20 14 11 24 11 16 10 10 11 Noodles / Pasta Grams 48 30 36 7 23 32 14 18 29 Sago Grams 2 0 2 1 1 2 0 0 1 Processed Cereals   (Corn Flakes etc.278 1.263 Bread .230 6.163 1.786 238 1.SOcio-Economic Services Table 13.757 2.005 1.632 835 5.465 637 4.433 1.) Grams 2 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 Triposha/Samaposha Grams 8 2 18 1 6 11 8 7 12 Other Grams 2 15 1 29 3 0 0 2 1 Vegetables Cabbage Grams 172 322 141 146 223 223 231 261 241 Beans Grams 357 448 245 66 234 256 207 369 352 Leeks Grams 122 118 75 34 95 112 82 111 128 Carrot Grams 172 130 132 92 178 96 49 123 91 Beetroot Grams 154 172 99 64 79 157 132 90 137 Tomato Grams 36 79 44 132 110 58 117 81 41 Capsicum Grams 60 74 88 30 29 37 70 102 58 Raddish Grams 73 92 96 3 18 114 79 66 110 Knolkhol Grams 31 54 24 0 5 41 24 41 47 Ash Plantains Grams 76 65 108 93 59 118 112 93 88 Ridge Gourd Grams 62 81 53 7 92 138 127 59 90 Ladies Fingers (Bandakka) Grams 79 92 91 127 181 130 167 121 93 Snake Gourd (Pathola) Grams 73 75 106 40 49 89 64 59 73 Bitter Gourd (Karawila) Grams 69 61 91 68 54 70 85 89 95 Long Beans Grams 90 122 171 183 235 274 413 163 154 Brinjals Grams 145 337 260 542 371 277 392 393 235 Murunga (Drumsticks) Grams 45 70 46 136 115 70 86 63 39 Ash Pumpkin(Puhul) Grams 3 2 8 56 41 8 12 6 3 Cucumber Grams 54 34 37 17 22 54 21 30 24 Golden Melon (Kekiri) Grams 32 24 7 3 25 177 123 6 70 Kohila Root Grams 43 10 27 3 4 29 18 8 39 Pumpkin Grams 149 260 215 48 95 223 400 379 223 Batana Grams 6 4 7 0 1 4 10 4 13 Wing Bean (Dambala) Grams 45 49 34 3 18 43 48 29 54 Talanabatu Grams 57 42 33 1 13 45 72 60 41 Tibbatu Grams 6 10 4 2 4 32 46 19 18 Plantain Flowers (Kehelmuwa) Grams 36 58 44 21 26 63 94 86 84 Ambarella Grams 41 11 28 0 4 33 19 10 24 Mushrooms Grams 7 5 7 0 3 9 16 16 6 Raw Cashew Grams 2 0 3 0 2 23 0 0 1 Other Grams 22 20 24 4 19 44 39 31 25 Frozen Vegetables and Products Grams 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 Tinned Vegetables and Products Grams 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 131 1.754 Other Grams 536 49 88 5 11 56 54 90 115 Flour.002 260 194 158 444 2.139 3. Flour based products and Grains Wheat Flour Grams 348 1.688 605 537 580 1.771 2.

0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Mangoes No. 3 3 2 3 4 3 3 2 2 Fresh Fish Thora Grams 20 9 1 0 12 2 1 3 4 Parawa Grams 87 10 14 45 53 29 1 5 10 Balaya Grams 55 53 183 23 105 55 46 41 47 Kelawalla Grams 124 17 99 29 91 39 9 18 25 Mullet (Galmalu) Grams 33 6 24 326 105 13 0 3 3 Kumbalawa Grams 19 1 7 128 128 33 2 1 2 Shark Grams 16 5 8 12 15 7 2 1 5 Thalapath Grams 68 12 5 4 5 11 6 4 9 Prawns Grams 29 0 2 22 38 28 1 1 2 Sprats Grams 36 0 17 19 20 17 1 3 4 Hurulla Grams 124 45 118 99 133 201 61 49 66 Cuttle Fish Grams 14 1 8 66 30 9 1 1 1 Salaya Grams 169 28 41 28 54 122 30 11 36 Other Sea Fish Grams 145 44 242 384 154 210 46 37 34 Fresh Water Fish (All varieties) Grams 15 54 83 105 504 191 879 89 23 196 51 42 108 15 24 19 18 2 14 92 302 131 32 6 12 11 1 1 7 2 1 0 1 5 21 10 1 0 109 10 201 19 8 3 9 37 72 66 34 25 9 24 15 17 107 11 81 137 151 (Contd. 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 Ambul No. 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 Pineapple No.) Item Unit Western Central Southern Northern Eastern North North Uva (a) Western Central Sabara- All gamuwa Island Leafy Vegetables Mukunuwenna Grams 219 180 369 49 99 146 170 174 140 Kankun Grams 107 25 38 1 32 28 49 33 31 Katurumurunga Grams 70 29 41 8 24 37 47 32 24 Gotukola Grams 145 91 103 30 45 142 102 97 77 Sarana/Thampala Grams 26 7 11 0 4 13 15 15 12 Nivithi Grams 34 11 28 0 8 31 28 16 21 Cabbage Leaves Grams 10 46 4 5 5 26 13 62 10 Kohila Leaves Grams 26 10 17 0 5 23 10 12 23 Salad Leaves Grams 4 3 1 0 1 2 1 3 1 Onion Leaves Grams 21 10 6 12 4 19 12 14 13 Other Leafy Vegetable Grams 42 104 27 240 111 126 137 252 60 Potatoes and Yam Potatoes Grams 303 288 275 428 278 346 324 305 259 Manioc Grams 59 87 145 308 358 117 102 231 102 Sweet Potatoes Grams 32 24 54 0 17 32 36 32 36 Innala Grams 10 2 10 0 1 1 1 3 8 Kiri Ala Grams 10 9 20 0 2 9 5 19 24 Other Grams 10 9 5 25 7 13 5 7 24 Fruits Kolikuttu No. 2 2 2 5 1 1 2 2 2 Papaw No. 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 Anamalu/Ambun No. 1 2 1 1 1 2 3 2 1 Grapes Grams 8 4 3 4 2 5 5 2 3 Jak Fruits Grams 4 5 19 164 51 15 33 28 16 Dates Grams 8 11 5 6 27 21 6 4 4 Sultanas Grams 1 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 Other Grams 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Meat and Egg Beef Grams 100 121 23 89 375 157 91 38 32 Mutton Grams 6 11 3 83 29 4 3 4 2 Chicken Grams 327 198 105 178 131 222 133 100 143 Pork Grams 26 9 6 1 8 33 56 18 5 Other Grams 4 2 13 3 12 5 29 20 2 Egg No.SOcio-Economic Services Table 13.) 132 .3 Socio-Economic Conditions : Monthly Per Capita Consumption of Selected Food Items 2003/04 (Contd. 8 6 8 10 11 6 6 6 5 Other No.

3 Socio-Economic Conditions : Monthly Per Capita Consumption of Selected Food Items 2003/04 (Contd.) Item Unit Western Central Southern Northern Eastern North North Uva (a) Western Central Sabara- All gamuwa Island Dried Fish Thora Grams 2 2 2 0 14 1 1 0 3 Parawa Grams 5 3 1 2 4 6 1 1 6 Balaya Grams 21 47 65 0 15 37 67 46 70 Katta Grams 41 7 6 0 3 8 8 4 7 Thalapath Grams 9 1 1 0 1 3 1 1 2 Koduwa Grams 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 Shark Grams 18 24 7 2 5 22 23 7 27 Anguluwa Grams 15 5 33 0 3 39 28 24 9 Kumbalawa Grams 1 1 0 3 7 1 1 0 0 Keeramin Grams 33 21 5 3 12 23 15 10 20 Hurulla Grams 9 12 10 3 6 23 14 14 15 Dried Sprats Grams 120 104 103 13 45 145 128 96 150 Dried Prawns Grams 3 3 3 0 1 3 2 1 4 Bombeli Grams 1 2 4 0 0 2 3 1 1 Other Grams 20 19 33 17 18 69 34 16 16 Fresh Water Fish Dried Grams 1 3 1 3 35 13 30 6 1 Fish Other Salted Fish Grams 0 1 1 0 2 1 2 0 0 Maldive Fish Grams 24 6 15 1 18 21 13 7 8 Tinned Fish Grams 39 50 24 17 28 40 40 29 33 Other Processed Fish Products Grams 4 1 0 0 1 3 3 2 5 Condiments Chillies Dried Grams 44 18 63 39 21 78 61 38 33 Chillies Green Grams 116 111 138 178 202 172 154 120 131 Chilly Powder Grams 100 113 77 174 155 76 101 106 98 Turmeric / Turmeric Powder Grams 20 26 23 11 16 31 29 24 28 Curry Powder (Sarakku) Grams 42 67 42 16 29 36 47 60 59 Curry Powder (Other) Grams 24 11 10 8 9 16 26 10 5 Red Onions Grams 288 144 278 643 260 217 144 145 255 Big Onions Grams 691 504 763 98 322 496 488 505 426 Garlic Grams 93 95 93 108 84 97 96 80 74 Salt Grams 305 343 325 370 403 414 391 373 301 Pepper Grams 28 15 30 8 10 23 29 21 15 Lime Grams 88 56 57 94 76 101 88 72 66 Vinegar M.Litre 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Tamarind Grams 21 11 2 166 64 29 15 11 5 Coriander Seeds Grams 9 6 11 30 13 29 13 7 9 Cummin Seed (Suduru) Grams 4 7 7 16 17 10 5 4 4 Fennel Seed (Maduru) Grams 2 2 4 20 15 7 4 3 3 Mathe Seed (Uluhal) Grams 13 11 10 51 29 20 17 10 13 Raw Ginger Grams 11 2 1 5 30 9 3 1 1 Mustard Grams 6 10 8 6 6 10 12 11 7 Cinnamon Grams 4 2 4 0 2 4 4 2 4 Goraka Grams 33 13 43 1 32 31 29 17 22 Cardamom Grams 1 0 0 0 3 1 1 0 0 Cloves Grams 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 Rampe / Sera / Karapincha Grams 70 58 48 23 33 71 74 48 79 Other Grams 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 3 4 41 16 4 0 17 18 1 20 12 111 3 2 28 7 1 16 36 3 45 138 103 24 46 15 247 552 91 345 22 77 1 24 13 7 5 16 7 8 3 28 1 1 61 1 (Contd.) 133 .SOcio-Economic Services Table 13.

SOcio-Economic Services

Table 13.3

Socio-Economic Conditions : Monthly Per Capita Consumption of Selected Food Items 2003/04 (Contd.)

Item Unit Western Central Southern Northern Eastern North
North Uva

(a)
Western Central

Sabara- All
gamuwa Island

Milk and Milk Powder
Fresh Unprocessed
M.Litre
16
90
23
184
38
64
87
57
17
Pasteurised
M.Litre
8
7
2
0
0
5
0
0
3
Sterilised
M.Litre
9
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Fresh Milk (Goat)
M.Litre
2
8
2
923
158
1
4
0
0
Infant Milk Powder
  (Tinned or Pktd)
Grams
39
35
37
13
26
26
13
14
25
Milk Powder – Full Cream
  (Tinned or Pktd)
Grams
385
240
241
128
162
190
159
186
197
Milk Powder – Non-Fat
  (Tinned or Pktd)
Grams
41
16
13
76
51
29
22
13
10
Cheese
Grams
3
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
Curd
M.Litre
30
14
81
11
70
15
38
25
14
Yoghurt
M.Litre
42
11
18
1
7
15
21
11
8
Butter
Grams
21
4
3
1
1
2
2
1
1

Liquor and Tobacco Products
Toddy
M.Litre
12
140
42
422
32
5
0
170
101
Arrack
M.Litre
37
50
27
21
45
22
18
15
24
Beer/Stout
M.Litre
15
16
2
2
5
6
1
3
13
3
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
Whisky/Brandy/Gin/Wine etc. M.Litre
Kasippu
M.Litre
59
18
62
17
0
125
97
10
67
Cigarettes
No.
6
3
4
1
3
4
3
2
2
Cigars
No.
0
1
1
4
1
2
1
1
1
Beedi
No.
2
9
2
9
18
7
15
9
4

Other
Coconuts
No.
7
8
9
8
7
11
10
7
9
Coconut Milk Powder
Grams
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Coconut Oil
M.Litre
326
386
211
193
279
329
383
418
303
Vegetable Oil
M.Litre
19
8
3
144
41
6
2
2
1
Soyabean / Sunflower /










  Corn Oil
M.Litre
3
0
0
5
1
2
0
0
0
Tea Dust / Leaves
Grams
115
131
113
103
103
101
96
131
116
Coffee Seed / Powder
Grams
10
1
2
10
3
6
1
1
1
(a) Excluding Kilinochchi, Mannar and Mullaitivu districts.

47
4
2
45
30
251
28
1
34
21
7
66
32
9
1
56
4
1
6
8
1
318
16
1
114
5

Source : Consumer Finances and Socio-Economic Survey 2003/04

Central Bank of Sri Lanka

134

SOcio-Economic Services

Table 13.4

Socio-Economic Conditions : Per Capita Daily Energy Intake for Selected Food Items by Province
1996/97(a) and 2003/04(b)
Province

Survey Rice
Period

Calories

Wheat Bread Coconut
Sugar Meat/ Milk Veget- Condi- Other Group
Flour
Fish
ables
ments Total

Western

1996/97
2003/04

878.1
856.1

45.9
40.4

338.3
221.3

266.8
251.8

191.3
183.9

115.8
118.9

35.7
76.4

47.6
48.8

57.4
62.1

343.0
402.2

2,319.9
2,261.7

Central

1996/97
2003/04

1,019.6
1,026.5

250.7
217.6

193.8
119.8

267.2
262.3

173.7
149.1

70.5
70.5

23.5
47.5

49.9
49.9

52.6
52.5

284.7
320.9

2,386.2
2,316.5

Southern

1996/97
2003/04

1,059.7
1,075.8

28.1
26.0

221.5
141.3

292.4
302.6

198.8
178.0

86.7
84.6

23.5
47.7

52.3
47.1

59.9
60.3

254.9
295.7

2,277.7
2,259.2

Northern

1996/97
2003/04

– 
688.9

– 
427.8

– 
119.9

– 
263.3

– 
245.5

– 
77.0

– 
58.0

– 
28.6

– 
75.3

– 
441.7

–  
2,426.1

Eastern

1996/97
2003/04

– 
988.7

– 
70.2

– 
128.5

– 
235.7

– 
228.3

– 
128.1

– 
42.4

– 
38.9

– 
60.3

– 
353.1

–  
2,274.2

North Western 1996/97

2003/04

1,094.4
1,105.5

70.9
62.2

178.6
107.7

355.4
383.8

180.3
177.7

118.2
132.6

16.3
39.9

48.0
55.0

53.0
63.9

271.9
337.0

2,387.0
2,465.3

North Central 1996/97

2003/04

1,150.5
1,227.5

89.7
67.3

167.9
89.0

279.7
338.5

162.1
155.6

105.7
125.6

13.8
33.1

47.2
54.2

63.2
61.4

305.2
315.9

2,385.1
2,468.1

Uva

1996/97
2003/04

1,143.5
1,194.9

174.0
142.4

136.8
81.2

212.4
229.5

141.5
145.6

57.8
57.0

19.4
34.8

47.3
49.4

51.1
52.7

303.8
361.5

2,287.6
2,349.0

Sabaragamuwa 1996/97

2003/04

1,139.5
1,204.9

98.1
67.7

173.5
104.6

292.1
321.6

158.8
134.8

72.4
69.4

19.3
36.6

46.3
47.0

52.2
52.4

275.6
290.3

2,327.6
2,329.2

Average

1,023.7
1,023.9

96.8
91.2

232.4
143.4

281.5
286.1

178.8
174.0

94.7
100.1

24.9
51.6

48.5
48.2

55.8
59.4

298.5
347.4

2,335.5
2,325.3

1996/97
2003/04

(a) Excluding Northern and Eastern provinces.
(b) Excluding Kilinochchi, Mannar and Mullaitivu districts.

Source : Consumer Finances and Socio-Economic Survey Series

Central Bank of Sri Lanka

135

SOcio-Economic Services

Table 13.5

Socio-Economic Conditions : Per Capita Daily Protein Intake for Selected Food Items by Province
1996/97(a) and 2003/04(b)
Province

Survey Rice
Period

(Grams)

Wheat
Bread Coconut Sugar Meat/ Milk Veget- Condi- Other Group
Flour
Fish
ables
ments Total

Western

1996/97
2003/04

18.2
16.8

1.5
1.3

10.1
7.1

2.7
2.6

0.5
0.5

14.0
14.3

2.9
5.8

2.8
3.0

2.2
2.4

9.0
12.4

63.8
66.1

Central

1996/97
2003/04

22.4
22.2

7.9
6.9

5.8
3.8

2.7
2.7

0.4
0.4

7.8
8.0

1.7
3.6

3.2
3.3

2.1
2.2

8.0
10.5

62.1
63.6

Southern

1996/97
2003/04

19.7
20.0

0.9
0.8

6.6
4.6

3.0
3.1

0.5
0.4

10.3
10.5

1.7
3.7

3.6
3.4

2.4
2.4

7.7
11.3

56.4
60.2

Northern

1996/97
2003/04


16.3


13.5


3.8


2.7


0.6


11.4


3.6


2.2


3.2


14.1


71.6

Eastern

1996/97
2003/04


22.4


2.2


4.2


2.4


0.6


14.7


3.1


3.1


2.6


11.1


66.3

North Western

1996/97
2003/04

25.1
24.7

2.2
2.0

5.3
3.5

3.6
3.9

0.5
0.4

13.1
14.5

1.3
3.0

3.7
4.2

2.3
2.6

7.0
11.3

64.1
70.2

North Central

1996/97
2003/04

24.9
26.4

2.8
2.1

5.0
2.9

2.9
3.5

0.4
0.4

11.9
13.1

1.2
2.5

4.4
5.3

2.5
2.6

8.1
10.8

64.2
69.5

Uva

1996/97
2003/04

22.2
22.5

5.5
4.5

4.1
2.6

2.2
2.4

0.4
0.4

6.0
6.1

1.7
2.7

2.9
3.4

2.2
2.2

8.4
11.5

55.4
58.3

Sabaragamuwa

1996/97
2003/04

23.9
25.1

3.1
2.1

5.2
3.4

3.0
3.3

0.4
0.3

8.1
7.8

1.8
2.9

3.0
3.3

2.1
2.2

8.3
10.6

58.9
61.0

Average

1996/97
2003/04

21.4
21.1

3.1
2.9

6.9
4.6

2.9
2.9

0.4
0.4

10.9
11.6

2.0
3.9

3.2
3.4

2.2
2.4

8.2
11.5

61.3
64.8

(a) Excluding Northern and Eastern provinces.

Source : Consumer Finances and Socio-Economic Survey Series

Central Bank of Sri Lanka

(b) Excluding Kilinochchi, Mannar and Mullaitivu districts.

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1 1.3 5.1 4.0 3.C.53 4.8 6. Narcotic Drugs and Tobacco 1.9 2. %   0 – 14 Years 15 – 59 Years 60 and Above By Educational Attainment.2 5.3 8.6 4.5 17.53 0.1 62.2 52.3 5.5 29.6 Non-Durable Household Goods and Services 1.Economic Indicators by Sector – 2006/07 and 2009/10 2006/07 (a) 2009/10 (b) (c) Item Urban Rural Estate All Island Urban Rural Estate All Island Household Characteristics Number of Individuals per Household Number of Income Receivers per Household Population Distribution By Gender.6 44.4 52.978 23.46 0.5 5.46 0.6 36.2 2.7 55.3 1.143 8.8 9.1 4.9 30.8 47.2 10. Kilinochchi and Mullaitivu districts.7 36.329 25.54 0.52 0.8 3.400 4.106 5.3 7.9 2.3 33.1 13.8 40.3 11.2 5.7 43.1 6.0 1.7 51.6 5.379 10.6 49.292 26.3 7.5 4.9 2.2 0.1 39.6 3.1 Source : Department of Census and Statistics 137 .2 40.286 46. % 1st Decile 2nd Decile 3rd Decile 4th Decile 5th Decile 6th Decile 7th Decile 8th Decile 9th Decile 10th Decile Income Share by Households.3 52.0 4.4 2.9 47.1 20.1 45.3 43.9 3.860 4.7 1.7 43.9 43.4 3.1 52.735 31.1 Clothing Textile and Footware 2. (c) Based on provisional data published in preliminary report of the Household Income and Expenditure Survey 2009/10.2 36.9 10.0 3.2 15.5 10.9 Personal Care and Health Expenses 3.6 48.1 6.0 10.4 15.1 51.6 4.662 Household Expenditure Share.3 12.7 Cultural Activities and Entertainments 1.5 7.242 1.805 25.3 6.2 44.4 24.1 2.0 1.7 1.8 5.0 63.8 8. Rs.8 7.0 1.2 63.1 0.3 1. % Richest 20% Poorest 20% Middle 60% Gini Coefficient.8 61.463 11. % Food 31.4 4.0 4.1 1.7 1.5 5.2 10.0 7.653 5.7 8. Rs.8 4.2 1.2 5.3 15.043 7.6 2.0 13.0 7.5 1.928 24.7 14.1 4.1 6.4 40.7 3. % No Schooling Up to Grade 5 Grade 6 – 10 Passed G.5 9.6 11.9 54.6 3.5 26.6 4.8 9.46 0.6 3.0 11.7 11.1 Education 3.495 8.8 11.3 2.7 3.2 6.2 (a) Excluding Northern province and Trincomalee district in Eastern province.1 21.5 7.60 0.2 25. % Male Female By Age Group.7 4.47 0.1 59.8 52. per Month Per Household Per Person Median Income.1 35. (A/L) and Above 47.3 59.7 1.3 1.4 7.6 11.1 4.9 9.4 24.8 4.7 38.6 Key Socio .53 32.1 51.4 2.4 11.863 1.5 3.C.0 Expenditure.9 5.2 38.1 52.9 2.2 36.3 1.1 21. Rs.3 4.879 5.240 4.440 13.8 4.4 1.7 10.6 36.0 40.8 4.9 4.3 35.7 5.2 5.0 15.6 6. (b) Excluding Jaffna.039 19.8 5.2 7.0 47.7 7.1 4.4 4.5 Other Miscellaneous Expenses 10.3 7.952 44.6 15.8 10.8 11.0 3.6 15.2 15.1 1.8 9.4 8. One Month Income Gini Coefficient (Households) Gini Coefficient (Income Receivers) 41.641 17.5 51.44 0.9 11.E.SOcio-Economic Services Table 13.7 49.0 43.7 8.456 22.2 5.9 1.8 4.4 1.3 44.9 5.5 3.8 25. 4.2 9.1 2.9 24.6 25.1 5.3 3.446 39.5 Housing 16.8 4.7 54.2 Income Mean Income.7 Other Rare Expenses 7.3 1.4 15.2 4. (O/L) Passed G.1 4.4 9.8 21.52 0.2 Transport and Communication 11.1 1.0 1.9 15.2 9. per Month Per Household Per Person Income Shares by Deciles of Households. Per Month Per Household 35.9 4.7 47.7 3.3 Fuel and Light 5.993 4.7 1.9 4.1 2.1 4.4 1.1 5.0 10.6 34.9 3.0 2.4 5.8 11.1 9.5 4.7 10.5 5.41 0.49 0.4 1.8 10.642 16.0 52.3 3.0 9. Mannar.9 10.589 6.7 43.3 63.6 24.480 16.9 3.6 1.2 4.7 64.9 48.1 1.472 5.4 9.3 Liquor.5 52.2 2.3 12.1 61.007 2.3 46.2 35.0 11.4 9.4 63.9 2.1 5.6 43.0 4.0 2.1 3.7 0.55 0.274 21.3 2.8 37.6 5.7 43.649 9.7 3.5 16.0 3.2 3.1 6.845 30.E.2 3.9 6.5 3.2 9.312 23.931 24.9 3.7 2.8 3.5 4.0 11.9 3.196 34.45 0.0 24.4 2.2 25.5 4.9 4.6 15.744 5.9 Durable Household Goods 2.

847 46.902 4.065 58.590 7.887 60.135 206.075 5.678 9.187.173 55.227 9.9 21.678 713 2.0 17.486 48.a.274 3.078 322. & Other Schools) 52.558 187.206 97.772 10.a.508 10.072 214.098.366 206.662 9.096 738 646 1.101.210 9.111.a.830 20.212 Pirivena Schools Private Schools 2.344 303.942. of Teachers (Govt.837 206.028.580 7.274 747 752 659 1.186 4.974 330.218 9.951 Government Schools (d) Private Schools 9.047 100.701 8.110 46.943 Other Schools New Admissions (c) 143.4 19.374 3.a.864.500 Diploma (Science & Maths) n.473 10.087 189.195 156.944 4.388 Others 17.714 4.225 2.SOcio-Economic Services Item Total No.810 4.854 4.070 114.780 186.791 152.532 n.765 583 599 598 651 653 654 658 691 697 78 80 85 85 85 93 94 92 98 Classification of Govt.548 3.010 Pirivena Schools Pupil / Teacher Ratio (All Schools) 21.187 10. 129.463 7.745 4.315. Note : Schools in Kilinochchi & Mullaitivu districts were temporarily closed at the census date (2009.830 56.269 319.968 55.976 680 1.701 11.190 3.449 4.4 (a) Provisional 189.675 679 2.185 3. Trained Teachers 119.316 324.810 7.146 4.9 (b) Classification of Schools from 1978 is as follows: 1A&B 1C Type 2 Type 3 373.083 173.469 7.206 4.695 6.978 10.936 7.837. of Pupils 4.874 113.047 Other Schools 783 698 1.348 n.7 – Schools having GCE (A/L) Science classes – Schools having GCE (A/L) Arts / Commerce classes – Schools having classes up to Grade 10 or 6–9 / year 1–11 – Schools having classes up to Grade 1–5 / year 6 (c) Government schools only.330.450 157.043 2.204 2.239 9.237 3.234 51.929 n.829 9. Schools (b) 9.454 5.179.932.995 227.000.a.075 3.609 15.628 3.994 6.590 7.875 55.925 9.667 5.721 817 Total No.9 179.824 3.232 2.037.930 n.166 2.891 9.449 7. n.692 8.671 217.485 Science Graduates 5.675 9.983 5.999 201.790 2.820 5.090 18.870.466 329.492 9.611 316. n.408 4.194 1.937 4. 127.372 171.363 7.200 326.714 9. 119. (d) Teachers in functioning & temporary closed schools.509 7.233 4.a. 127.525 5.a.3 20.307 8.159 n.752 4.953 56.091 117.685 3.453 62.282 5.022 4.727 9.431 332.287    2001 – 2010 2001 9.084 2. 124.509 4.165 736 621 1.474 163.806 Arts & Other Graduates 46.722 Pirivena Schools Private Schools Total No.112.117 10.765 9. 128.898 69.8 20.744 5.662 683 2.884 4.590 8.538 7.723 719 98 661 2.891 General Education Table 13.027.205 10.485 186.240 46.077 3.01) in 2009.205 9.733 56.202 6.829 9.217 4.410 2. 130.617 7.497 130.a.337 6.999 5.774 4.930.683 106. – Not available 138 20.344 199.790 9.884 115.776 215.229 9.193 2010(a) 2.767 4.832 189.5 18.714 9.465 5.292 54.501 10.917 n.910 2.175 Government Schools 4.861 795 702 1.a.788 225.174 101.098 97.233 606 1.976 n.580 197.142 186.362 331.896 4.166 168.482 7. of Schools Government Schools Primary Secondary 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 10.089 68.430 10.414 5.a.267 3.249 3.1 Source : Ministry of Education .034 2.461 10.801 5. 127.941.715 217.461 10.410 9.013 4.942.465 4.815 n.334 602 1.262 107.906 54.559 195.583 7.06.865 1A & B Schools 1C Schools Type 2 Schools Type 3 Schools 600 1.552 10.a.

933 Source : Ministry of Education Note : Schools in Kilinochchi & Mullaitivu districts were temporarily closed at the census date (2009.942 213 3.942 207 3.865 216 T : Teachers P : Pupils 916 362 344 210 522 270 95 156 504 218 160 126 240 130 26 28 43 12 385 131 155 99 473 313 160 248 176 72 277 182 95 368 209 159 3.06.SOcio-Economic Services Teachers and Pupils by Province and District Table 13.01) in 2009. 139 .942 187 3.838 211 3.871 189 3.8 2003 – 2010 (’000) 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010   Province / District T P T P T P T P T P T P T P T P Western 38 863 37 856 38 879 41 858 42 895 41 898 41 904 40 Colombo 15 348 15 345 15 354 16 344 17 359 16 356 16 358 16 Gampaha 14 320 13 319 14 328 15 321 16 334 15 338 15 340 15 Kalutara 9 195 9 192 9 197 10 193 10 202 10 204 10 206 10 Central 26 530 27 514 27 520 30 504 32 519 32 518 31 518 31 Kandy 15 277 15 269 15 273 16 262 17 271 16 269 16 268 16 Matale 5 97 5 93 5 93 6 91 6 94 6 94 6 94 6 Nuwara Eliya 6 156 7 152 7 154 8 151 9 155 9 155 9 156 9 Southern 27 520 26 510 25 513 28 495 29 508 30 506 30 502 29 Galle 11 220 10 216 10 219 11 212 11 217 11 216 11 216 11 Matara 9 168 9 165 9 165 10 159 10 164 10 163 10 160 10 Hambantota 7 132 7 129 6 129 7 124 8 127 8 127 8 126 8 Northern 11 260 11 257 11 266 13 266 13 268 12 261 11 175 13 Jaffna 6 136 6 135 6 137 7 132 7 129 7 122 7 117 7 Kilinochchi 1 28 1 29 1 32 2 34 1 37 1 36 – – 1 Mannar 1 25 1 24 1 26 1 27 1 27 1 28 1 21 1 Mullaitivu 1 27 2 27 1 28 1 31 2 42 1 41 – – 3 Vavuniya 2 44 1 42 2 43 2 42 1 34 2 34 2 37 1 Eastern 15 365 15 364 16 377 17 372 18 379 18 378 20 380 20 Batticaloa 4 117 4 117 5 122 5 123 6 130 6 129 6 130 6 Ampara 7 154 7 153 7 156 8 153 8 156 8 154 9 154 9 Trincomalee 4 94 4 94 4 98 4 96 4 93 4 96 5 96 5 North Western 24 470 25 460 25 469 27 457 27 469 27 469 28 469 27 Kurunegala 18 312 18 305 18 310 20 301 20 309 20 309 20 310 20 Puttalam 6 158 7 155 7 159 7 156 7 160 7 160 7 159 7 North Central 12 262 12 255 12 256 12 248 13 253 14 252 14 253 14 Anuradhapura 9 179 9 175 9 176 9 171 9 174 10 173 11 174 11 Polonnaruwa 3 83 3 80 3 80 3 77 3 79 4 79 4 79 4 Uva 15 290 15 285 15 288 16 277 17 282 17 280 19 277 18 Badulla 10 186 10 183 10 186 11 179 11 183 12 183 13 181 12 Moneragala 5 104 5 102 5 101 5 98 5 99 5 97 6 96 6 Sabaragamuwa 19 382 19 369 19 374 21 362 22 369 22 366 22 365 22 Ratnapura 10 222 10 213 10 216 11 208 12 210 12 208 12 208 12 Kegalle 9 160 9 156 9 158 10 154 10 159 10 158 10 157 10 Total 187 3.930 214 3.

410 Source : Ministry of Education 140 .000 1.06.340 403 534 403 1.01) in 2009.001-1.500 101-500 Province / District 0-100 501-1.461 639 306 516 1.500 1.001-3.500 Number 3.001-2.000 2.103 577 526 9.271 449 202 135 71 42 54 Note : Schools in Kilinochchi & Mullaitivu districts were temporarily closed at the census date (2009. Total Above 3.098 425 362 311 596 397 –  68 –  131 986 325 400 261 1.SOcio-Economic Services Table 13.500 2.896 4.290 1.9(a) Western 227 600 229 118 56 43 26 18 23 Colombo 41 174 69 43 23 18 14 8 13 Gampaha 69 253 109 49 19 15 10 6 4 Kalutara 117 173 51 26 14 10 2 4 6 Central 493 667 184 64 24 11 10 3 5 Kandy 192 299 83 31 11 7 9 2 5 Matale 118 137 28 13 6 2 1 1 0 Nuwara Eliya 183 231 73 20 7 2 0 0 0 Southern 306 527 131 57 24 25 9 7 12 Galle 122 189 51 24 13 12 3 3 8 Matara 94 181 47 17 7 8 5 1 2 Hambantota 90 157 33 16 4 5 1 3 2 Northern 223 261 82 17 6 6 0 1 0 Jaffna 125 197 55 14 3 3 0 0 0 Kilinochchi – – – – – – – – – Mannar 27 26 12 1 2 0 0 0 0 Mullaitivu – – – – – – – – – Vavuniya 71 38 15 2 1 3 0 1 0 Eastern 255 471 174 48 24 11 3 0 0 Batticaloa 86 142 68 15 10 3 1 0 0 Ampara 108 194 58 23 10 5 2 0 0 Trincomalee 61 135 48 10 4 3 0 0 0 North Western 384 567 155 51 30 12 8 6 6 Kurunegala 314 395 93 30 15 10 7 4 5 Puttalam 70 172 62 21 15 2 1 2 1 North Central 298 341 87 22 12 8 3 2 3 Anuradhapura 202 247 61 15 5 5 3 2 2 Polonnaruwa 96 94 26 7 7 3 0 0 1 Uva 277 385 111 27 15 12 2 2 0 Badulla 200 262 72 17 8 8 1 2 0 Moneragala 77 123 39 10 7 4 1 0 0 Sabaragamuwa 433 471 118 45 11 7 10 3 5 Ratnapura 206 251 70 30 9 3 4 1 3 Kegalle 227 220 48 15 2 4 6 2 2 Total 2.501-3.219 873 346 776 542 234 831 570 261 1.000 Government Schools by Size of Student Population – 2009 1.501-2.

045 4.500 1.SOcio-Economic Services Table 13.465 638 308 519 1.675 Source : Ministry of Education 141 .500 Number 3.338 403 534 401 1.501-3.407 1.218 871 347 772 545 227 839 574 265 1.001-2.002 327 401 274 1.500 2.099 425 361 313 840 404 81 100 188 67 1.000 2.001-3.102 580 522 9.500 101-500 Province / District 0-100 501-1.000 Government Schools by Size of Student Population – 2010 1.243 455 204 134 79 42 66 Total Above 3.001-1.501-2.9(b) Western 225 605 222 117 56 39 28 18 28 Colombo 40 179 64 44 23 15 13 11 14 Gampaha 70 254 107 47 20 14 11 4 7 Kalutara 115 172 51 26 13 10 4 3 7 Central 497 670 178 63 25 14 9 3 6 Kandy 198 293 78 33 11 10 7 2 6 Matale 121 136 29 11 6 3 1 1 0 Nuwara Eliya 178 241 71 19 8 1 1 0 0 Southern 321 520 120 59 24 23 12 7 13 Galle 127 189 43 26 13 12 4 2 9 Matara 104 170 46 16 8 7 6 2 2 Hambantota 90 161 31 17 3 4 2 3 2 Northern (a) 328 363 101 32 8 7 0 1 0 Jaffna 116 208 50 23 2 5 0 0 0 Kilinochchi 23 39 15 3 1 0 0 0 0 Mannar 37 48 10 2 3 0 0 0 0 Mullaitivu 114 48 17 4 2 2 0 1 0 Vavuniya 38 20 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 Eastern 283 465 170 40 25 14 5 0 0 Batticaloa 93 143 63 12 10 5 1 0 0 Ampara 109 197 57 18 11 5 4 0 0 Trincomalee 81 125 50 10 4 4 0 0 0 North Western 379 573 155 46 32 12 9 3 9 Kurunegala 315 395 93 22 19 10 8 3 6 Puttalam 64 178 62 24 13 2 1 0 3 North Central 301 335 88 22 10 8 2 3 3 Anuradhapura 211 236 65 15 5 6 2 3 2 Polonnaruwa 90 99 23 7 5 2 0 0 1 Uva 283 394 104 27 13 11 4 2 1 Badulla 204 266 67 18 7 8 1 2 1 Moneragala 79 128 37 9 6 3 3 0 0 Sabaragamuwa 428 482 105 49 11 6 10 5 6 Ratnapura 208 255 64 33 7 3 5 1 4 Kegalle 220 227 41 16 4 3 5 4 2 Total 3.000 1.

672 256 12 Nuwara Eliya 2.989 646 340 Batticaloa 2.155 716 Badulla 3.543 6.896 7.271 2.059 8.590 653 691 Kurunegala 7.866 588 43 Matale 2.128 242 125 Jaffna 3.333 3.030 4.968 22.767 117 30 Kilinochchi –  –  –  –  Mannar 318 702 68 89 Mullaitivu –  –  –  –  Vavuniya 681 1.861 6.SOcio-Economic Services Government School Teachers by Category of Appointment 2009 Number Province / District Graduate Trained Untrained Other Total Western 16.211 343 350 Sabaragamuwa 7.675 20.395 10.299 305 108 Total 76.523 10.154 6.000 662 Kandy 5.196 7.114 4.627 12.842 5. Table 13.067 8.183 7.659 57 6 Eastern 5.053 3.074 104 11 Hambantota 3.043 10.504 155 683 Polonnaruwa 1.10(a) 40.061 5.857 31.051 21.751 83 58 Kalutara 3.742 14. 142 .177 –  2.695 2.865 259 925 Anuradhapura 3.156 607 Southern 11.403 19.164 214.069 –  1.959 9.842 321 187 Kegalle 3.689 17.469 812 366 Moneragala 2.588 27.435 8.205 127.021 15.978 18.476 141 66 Gampaha 6.448 9.147 3.625 13.741 16.996 417 177 Colombo 7.687 11.945 6.164 6.069 122 21 Matara 4.319 145 71 North Western 9.555 11.06.095 8.968 Note : (1) Schools in Kilinochchi & Mullaitivu districts were temporarily closed at the census date (2009.01) in 2009.624 149 137 Ampara 2.173 6.361 104 242 Uva 6.084 Source : Ministry of Education (2) Teachers in functioning schools only.367 14.389 71 5 Northern 4.483 274 496 North Central 4.594 12.243 9.157 1.484 10.308 7.155 3.964 10.141 626 295 Ratnapura 4.886 12.007 6.155 3.499 4.295 3.616 6.506 3.046 352 132 Trincomalee 1.664 18.769 193 53 Central 9.452 6.680 1.981 29.500 6.558 15.532 297 37 Galle 4.649 7.107 379 195 Puttalam 2.

10(b) Number Province / District Graduate Trained Untrained Other Total Western 17.717 57 57 Vavuniya 225 531 12 7 Eastern 5.362 3.638 Source : Ministry of Education 143 .730 8.962 7.890 7.697 22.536 549 37 Matale 2.821 13.613 15.620 11.872 21.974 110 10 Hambantota 3.165 1.636 14.214 19.808 7.433 287 27 Galle 4.287 2.800 237 557 Jaffna 3.711 Note : Teachers in functioning schools only.442 81 54 Kalutara 4.988 5.099 139 78 Gampaha 6.SOcio-Economic Services Government School Teachers by Category of Appointment 2010 Table 13.428 10.154 4.334 2.753 129 116 Ampara 2.832 5.182 6.331 732 343 Moneragala 2.960 18.000 658 245 Ratnapura 4.153 6.747 18.364 1.924 30.419 4.945 13.412 127.593 17.459 67 0 Northern 4.152 399 212 Colombo 7.999 8.090 3.774 16.324 14.475 164 646 Polonnaruwa 1.611 179 80 Central 9.071 3.175 3.217 6.449 127 92 North Western 9.782 29.430 2.710 9.320 8.000 110 17 Matara 3.106 601 733 Kurunegala 7.368 5.148 69 196 Uva 6.517 25 Southern 11.322 1.186 7.724 11.340 11.460 15.189 295 152 Trincomalee 1.361 1.240 12.517 6.327 3.391 551 360 Batticaloa 2.114 10.754 84 394 Kilinochchi 395 920 37 12 Mannar 418 878 47 87 Mullaitivu 680 1.900 9.325 9.152 3.739 27.030 367 323 Sabaragamuwa 7.523 10.586 231 7 Nuwara Eliya 2.152 317 93 Total 78.153 4.297 69 Kandy 5.511 775 20. 40.313 10.695 334 241 Puttalam 2.201 215.681 3.396 6.082 7.099 666 Badulla 3.915 13.054 5.411 267 492 North Central 4.848 341 152 Kegalle 3.323 8.075 5.623 233 842 Anuradhapura 3.639 6.402 7.

408 2.806 3.794 15.501 5.150 2.153 1.198 7.427 14.830 16.717 17.708 194 239 433 0 0 0 9.022 6.710 3.442 8.349 8.312 Kegalle 5.213 1.983 18.855 15.010 10.118 11.975 16.242 0 0 0 4.511 311 257 568 0 0 0 6.663 121.143 8.207 2.010 21.392 12.354 0 0 0 1.613 1.037 Central 14.111 3.998 84.171 15.108 6.827 5.082 1.545 4.996 26.466 12.957 7.337 8.769 2.173 2.407 12.967 9.681 5.688 Anuradhapura 6.172 2.796 247.426 19.906 6.316 2.163 18.009 14.11 Students and New Admissions in Government Schools 2010 Province / Disrict Sinhala Medium Male Western 36.933 0 0 0 15.536 0 0 0 168.759 17.805 Vavuniya 0 0 0 467 396 863 0 0 0 467 396 Eastern 3.633 4.793 Badulla 5.541 5.085 0 0 0 16.495 29.610 11.071 6.133 10.260 English Medium Female Total Male 3.543 2.125 0 0 0 4.855 Southern 20.217 Kandy 8.117 Ratnapura 7.113 34.518 131 114 245 0 0 0 5.628 13.126 0 0 0 22.973 3.209 4.568 Colombo 13.819 7.143 Nuwara Eliya 2.835 7.493 Polonnaruwa 3.553 1.144 5.130 2.488 8.062 11.093 1.410 5.772 13.386 0 0 0 7.158 Sabaragamuwa 13.433 0 0 0 13.126 3.633 4.234 2.794 331.998 Matara 6.352 4.130 Mannar 0 0 0 1.741 2.328 44.003 272 253 525 0 0 0 3.043 1.404 27.528 23.536 863 30.049 12.469 0 0 0 15.699 0 0 0 9.654 9.195 Uva 9.576 0 0 0 7.104 Mullaitivu 87 95 182 1.630 19.635 Moneragala 3.783 13.809 5.644 1.457 20.338 0 0 0 7.669 8.986 14.045 Tamil Medium Female Total Male 34.153 1.276 705 764 1.242 5.916 40.015 26.946 29.317 3.040 6.939 North Central 9.562 1.291 9.949 17.283 0 0 0 1.149 6.110 3.141 13.356 6.980 24.170 6.044 Jaffna 0 0 0 4.283 2.702 0 All Students Female Total Male 0 0 39.082 1.930 236 201 437 0 0 0 4.795 22.108 10.805 Total 125.101 0 0 0 11.186 0 0 0 1.462 1.001 898 1.015 6.333 3.186 3.773 6.032 2.242 5.963 41.471 2.821 19.005 14.166 4.306 Hambantota 5.349 6.526 Galle 8.928 0 0 0 9.024 40.547 13.242 28.149 9.609 Kilinochchi 0 0 0 1.594 771 805 1.367 32.609 9.164 Batticaloa 0 0 0 5.821 70.538 41.219 Matale 3.573 11.369 2.469 11.222 Northern 87 95 182 8.677 7.330 1.015 24.104 2.942 6.305 Female Total 38.597 1.151 7.028 1.913 North Western 17.277 1.166 0 0 0 20.853 7.740 Kalutara 8.392 16.763 18.775 0 0 0 12.486 Gampaha 14.263 77.246 0 0 0 21.407 0 0 0 5.110 9.688 13.578 22.927 1.979 8.419 1.830 3.731 1.080 2.367 4.462 6.040 3.201 163.061 2.949 8.698 15.843 20.873 10.899 0 0 0 7.407 0 0 0 15.251 4.495 13.199 1.064 4.153 Kurunegala 12.SOcio-Economic Services Table 13.542 5.079 10.709 15.737 636 610 1.899 3.242 2.596 0 0 0 11.459 42.866 Number 3.976 28.864 837 794 1.995 Source : Ministry of Education 144 .631 0 0 0 4.745 18.733 0 0 0 7.165 10.442 6.563 2.875 0 0 0 6.300 13.165 Ampara 2.066 9.214 Puttalam 5.567 4.086 Trincomalee 1.300 0 0 0 9.515 3.058 2.354 8.

145 .Sc.455 4.198 2. n.040) were admitted to Universities in this Year. Pupils and Teachers – 2009 & 2010 Type of Schools having classes No.854 2.518 2.S. 14.a. n.027 9.A.996 66.864.816 3.173 1.909 34.A. 71 75 74 84 74 123 70 125 71 Agriculture B. 70 68 61 42 74 64 57 80 39 Architecture and Quantity Surveying B.a.492 2.890 10.675 100.288 3.366 2.410 9.A. because of some Universities have not been held their exams. of Lecturers 3.196 20.722 100.B.157 Medicine M.431) and April 2002 (13.791 11.8 17 All Schools 100. 182 170 188 166 345 327 208 345 425 Science B.373.0 3.a.053 8. GWAI and SVIA admit students for undergraduate programmes under the UGC intake.410 4.350 66. (Eng.206 66.439 1.091 2.713 12.5 1.a. Studies – B. (c) As at 1st of January in the year.B.547 2.962 12.775 10.708 9.214 3.114 1. (e) Excluding External degree courses. n. n.178 12.661 48.B. Sc.3 66. n.a.666 59. 801 754 1.2 21.958 13.D.142 4.7 69. 225 377 394 388 554 430 484 510 513 Veterinary Science B.025 Year 2009 34.721 28.a.396 14.0 67. Special 3. n.102 32.018 2.500 11.659 11.915 3.9 338.484 9. (d) Qualified Students from two GCE (A/L) Examinations held in August 2001 (12.a. Note: Number graduated can be different from year to year.203 4.471(d) 13.726 1. n.825 13.L.0 923.273 964 593 896 901 1.607 12.5 No.611 3.003 23.932.1 30.534 7.0 57. of Students (Undergraduates) 48.223 27.2 4.V. 26.0 215. Percentage Item 2001 2002 2003 2004 Table 13.Sc.060 629 984 755 809 894 1.326.547 n.707 7. of other Higher Educational Institutions – – – 14 16 16 16 17(b) 17(b) No.452(c) 4.) 653 1.477 8.419 9.268 31.255.133 2.a.110 3.279.5 69.543 3. n.041 32.0 18 9.012 4. of Universities 13 13 13 13 15 15 15 15 15 No.520 16.373 3.865 29. Percentage 7.06.4 1.a.8 20.584 24.4 2./B. 1. n.a.5 18 14 17 All Schools 100.8 23 1. n.335 1. Graduated (e) 8.225 3. n.144 25.B.01) in 2009. – Not available Source : University Grants Commission (a) Provisional (b) Includes 7 postgraduate institutes and 10 other higher educational institutions which are under UGC.005 12.274 2.084 42.7 1.1 24 32.692 Education. UCSC.592 11.Sc.233 2.875 4.121 3.357 2.944 20. 1.384 6.622 6.016 4.638 Source : Ministry of Education (2) Teachers in functioning schools only.945 5.735(c) New Admissions for basic Degrees 11.348 1.6 362.301 2.585 17.013 20.0 18 GCE (A/L) Science (1AB) GCE(A/L) Arts/Commerce   (Other than Science) (1C) Upto year 11 (Type 2) From years 1 to 5 or years   1 to 8 (Type 3) Year 2010 713 7.a.309 6. n.S./B.SOcio-Economic Services Table 13.402 2.323 1. 79 58 51 69 95 13 132 116 200 Computer Science/IT/ICT/MIT – – – – – 100 107 303 382 Food Science – – – – – – 83 68 69 Indigenous Medicine – – – – – – 134 170 114 Expenditure on Higher 6.281 13.159 1.846 No.2 917.129 3.a.504 Engineering B.622 8.13 2001 – 2010 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 No. Out of these 17 institutions only 4 institutions namely IIM.12 Government Schools by Type.312(c) 4.084 100.a.891 82.824 100.830 Commerce & Mgt.356 214.415 n.044 Recurrent Expenditure 2010(a) 15 17(b) 80.Sc.952 Arts & Oriental Studies – B.069 20.405 5.097 1.045 9.384 2.740 60.0 3.648 Capital Expenditure 4.a. 1.Mn.918(c) 21.386 65.8 1.212 5.9 19 14 9.705 Law L.747 32./B. n.Sc.694 2.9 58.294 943 Dental Surgery B.a. 702 Schools Pupils Teachers Percentage No.043 43.Com. Rs. University Education Pupils per Teacher GCE (A/L) Science (1AB) GCE(A/L) Arts/Commerce   (Other than Science) (1C) Upto year 11 (Type 2) From years 1 to 5 or years   1 to 8 (Type 3) Note : (1) Schools in Kilinochchi & Mullaitivu districts were temporarily closed at the census date (2009.375 No.

245 1.601 15.7 45.388 2006 / 2007 9.531 20.5 36.643 9.057 41.279 47.SOcio-Economic Services Table 13.576 1.829 Female 77.196 8.222 22.017 Total 121.0 11.645 7.849 10.275 3.246 1.4 17.9 37.861 4.860 1.816 Total Male 44.244 4.337 Total 111.9 9.986 27.5 13.536 1.430 46.330 4.259 2005 / 2006 Percen- Eligi- Admi- tage ble tted 8.862 12.669 11.5 118.3 11.985 7.535 1.3 13.186 36.148 2.360 6.310 74.520 13.9 39.000 8.717 38.9 15.068 11.429 11.956 1.917 6.268 9.471 9.758 26.6 14.8 16.179 Total 37.4 8.949 Female 21.326 2.199 9.5 130.0 82.9 17.725 14.080 4.854 17.123 40.2009/10 2004 / 2005 Eligi- Admi- ble tted Arts Male Female 15.453 4.037 1.882 4.492 1.7 13.473 4.986 3.6 10.284 4.805 29.851 15.843 Female 67.490 7.535 4.740 6.624 6.7 53.2 29.514 5.920 23.6 3.128 3.444 1.453 34.252 8.534 8.357 11.1 65.7 26.0 10.576 5.294 9.215 2.6 14.615 119.485 19.066 8.421 20. Admission and Enrollment of Students for University Education – 2004/05 .3 2009 / 2010 Percen- Eligi- Admi- tage ble tted Percentage 8.4 12.0 15.7 16.547 9.450 Total 26.5 30.236 20.3 13.091 1.691 4.8 11.7 7.566 Female 18.761 5.762 4.4 13.1 26.8 34.062 2.642 3.405 35.9 11.307 11.337 Science Male 12.4 18.066 31.603 5.707 4.514 2.0 11.353 8.5 45.2 28.865 1.095 17.3 73.2 Source : University Grants Commission Note : Undergraduate enrollment is based on the calender year and admission is based on academic years relevant to their GCE (A/L) Examinations.650 10.499 1.725 16.8 45.039 Total 51.770 2007 / 2008 Eligi- Admi- ble tted Arts Male Female 15.8 34.366 Female 13.584 15.069 Percen- Eligi- Admi- tage ble tted 16.054 18.8 16.6 13.6 53.235 6.519 5.7 7.486 Total Male 43.104 40.510 9.8 34.583 21.3 28.676 33.0 14.4 8.797 Female 12.521 13.8 15.14 Eligibility.4 14.2 30.406 5.7 30.568 Commerce Male 15.955 2008 / 2009 Total 56.846 Percentage 10.0 62.110 4.841 10.331 38.689 Total 25.582 39.4 20.667 Total 34.481 5.301 31.0 14.0 13.6 17.1 17.2 14.693 Commerce Male 16.202 125.1 47.8 10.0 10.7 11.505 7.371 13.085 80.895 1.7 16.287 Percen- Eligi- Admi- tage ble tted 9.016 12.928 11.374 8.233 Science Male 13. 146 .339 3.9 21.753 8.

129 1.077 1.170 1.436 (a) Students admitted under Special Intake where district has not been taken into account for selection.398 1.843 1.314 1.844 1.054 1.130 1.107 Matale 179 196 206 294 284 306 320 Kandy 861 877 916 1.111 357 1.974 4.066 1.749 2.168 2.694 2.299 17.553 1.157 Hambantota 411 433 468 593 585 621 667 Northern 856 893 1.086 1.840 Kegalle 432 460 496 583 611 766 780 Ratnapura 542 575 693 775 857 1.462 1.398 1.238 2.146 3.805 2.698 3.232 Trincomalee 166 175 190 239 233 251 291 Batticaloa 234 254 261 385 391 416 408 Ampara 310 385 446 475 511 550 533 North Western 1.291 1.874 Gampaha 879 877 980 1.304 1.382 2.042 1.341 Nuwara Eliya 274 286 343 380 351 411 446 Southern 2.506 Total 13.512 2.226 586 1.035 2.846 1.532 967 98 141 96 230 1.290 464 3.040 13.217 1.229 2.289 1.561 Matara 758 734 828 915 890 1.157 5.005 647 358 1.385 Galle 984 991 1.308 276 467 565 2.285 5.169 21.121 1.075 1.433 1.627 1.350 2.707 3.861 1.828 1.585 1.985 816 1.396 1.15 University Admission by Province and District – 2002/03 .468 1.153 2.358 1.406 15.064 1.2009/10 Province / District 2002/03 2003/04 2004/05 2008/09 2009/10 Western 3.622 1.099 1.359 1.230 Colombo 2.471 1.764 3.547 Source : University Grants Commission 147 .357 1.024 Special Intake (a) 872 763 875 795 1.297 1.124 1.379 1.SOcio-Economic Services Table 13.640 879 619 260 1.650 4.456 Jaffna 538 533 623 868 869 961 960 Kilinochchi 82 70 91 120 109 86 92 Mannar 56 67 89 114 113 118 135 Mullaitivu 89 109 106 141 116 91 84 Vavuniya 91 114 133 153 172 213 185 Eastern 710 814 897 1.069 20.060 5. 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 2.140 2.423 1.135 1.240 Puttalam 308 293 304 430 422 518 573 Kurunegala 996 1.465 1.196 20.667 North Central 566 596 598 715 729 866 893 Anuradhapura 413 436 421 511 525 623 622 Polonnaruwa 153 160 177 204 269 243 271 Uva 593 648 665 809 794 866 957 Badulla 410 235 464 556 525 567 623 Moneragala 183 213 201 253 269 299 334 Sabaragamuwa 974 1.243 725 1.395 17.454 Kalutara 590 592 644 832 714 946 902 Central 1.008 2.469 1.496 2.756 2.820 2.

Textile/Design/Transport and Logistic Management. Arts .818 1. Indigenous Medicine. (b) Includes Physical Science and Biological Science. (c) Students admitted on the basis of special categories. policy ensure the number selected from each district to not less than the number admitted in 1993/94.056 604 850 468 434 119 201 787 554 91 355 1152 409 814 343 382 285 545 415 6 86 23 112 10 74 60 125 107 184 144 264 173 360 214 359 1062 605 238 384 73 198 209 414 127 207 463 317 534 526 0 1.16 University Admission by Academic Stream and District – 2008/2009 Arts Management & Law Science (b) Medicine Veterinary Dentistry District (a) Commerce Science A Colombo Gampaha Kalutara Matale Kandy Nuwara Eliya Galle Matara Hambantota Jaffna Kilinochchi Mannar Mullaitivu Vavuniya Trincomalee Batticaloa Ampara Puttalam Kurunegala Anuradhapura Polonnaruwa Badulla Moneragala Kegalle Ratnapura Special Intake (c) Total 181 261 194 83 262 65 414 295 192 313 5 21 10 37 82 97 98 161 518 173 49 144 109 255 323 0 4.541 B A 261 228 116 54 147 95 109 85 87 98 6 25 1 28 40 65 83 95 162 103 54 121 59 85 142 83 2.060 1.432 158 28 11 4 54 2 36 36 13 7 0 0 0 1 1 7 9 5 30 9 1 7 3 15 18 0 455 B A 77 67 35 15 43 28 33 25 21 29 6 5 6 6 14 20 24 30 48 31 15 33 16 25 41 18 711 10 0 4 0 3 0 6 6 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 39 B A B 7 6 3 1 4 2 3 2 2 3 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 4 3 1 3 1 2 4 1 63 5 4 2 1 3 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 3 2 1 2 1 2 3 3 52 Agriculture Engineering Architecture/ Com. on the recommendations of the Appeals committee and additional intake are shown under the ‘Special Intake’ at the end of listing of districts.) (a) 1.561 1.874 1.578 B A 268 229 119 53 150 98 116 90 75 93 22 22 22 25 49 68 83 99 164 107 54 113 57 87 145 28 2.301 1.436 27 15 8 1 8 1 16 9 2 2 0 0 0 0 2 2 5 1 10 4 1 1 1 9 3 0 128 B A 22 19 10 4 12 8 9 7 6 7 2 1 2 2 4 6 7 8 13 9 4 9 5 7 12 3 198 490 96 95 6 212 0 176 134 41 41 0 0 0 4 0 4 5 5 153 3 0 4 1 56 15 0 1.846 (Contd.506 10.342 B A 106 26 14 8 16 24 14 29 6 80 25 21 23 18 16 25 69 18 20 13 6 11 5 10 16 1. Paramedical Studies. 148 .223 10.454 902 320 1. 2. Admission to Arts courses is purely on merit however. Fisheries and Marine Science.SOcio-Economic Services Table 13. Food Science/Animal Science.920 417 128 66 11 111 10 237 112 42 20 0 1 0 11 2 7 6 28 153 31 18 25 10 28 104 0 1.341 446 1.667 622 271 623 334 780 1.157 667 960 92 135 84 185 291 408 533 573 1. Survey MIT/IT/ICT Courses (d) A Colombo Gampaha Kalutara Matale Kandy Nuwara Eliya Galle Matara Hambantota Jaffna Kilinochchi Mannar Mullaitivu Vavuniya Trincomalee Batticaloa Ampara Puttalam Kurunegala Anuradhapura Polonnaruwa Badulla Moneragala Kegalle Ratnapura Special Intake (c) Total A – Merit 39 15 20 3 31 0 48 38 37 41 0 0 0 0 2 9 12 0 41 4 1 6 0 34 14 0 395 B A 68 58 29 14 38 24 28 23 19 28 4 6 3 7 12 18 20 24 41 26 15 28 15 21 36 7 612 197 21 15 1 38 5 55 53 9 30 1 0 0 4 1 3 3 1 45 1 2 14 1 8 5 0 513 B A 86 75 38 18 49 32 36 29 24 34 8 7 8 9 16 23 27 32 54 34 18 36 19 28 47 17 804 36 4 0 2 6 0 12 17 2 16 0 0 0 0 2 0 4 0 11 0 0 0 0 5 1 0 118 B A 25 23 10 4 15 4 7 8 7 4 2 3 1 3 3 4 4 8 15 8 3 7 3 8 9 4 192 B – Other 133 6 11 1 17 2 67 42 2 14 0 1 0 1 8 4 5 2 24 2 0 1 0 13 8 0 364 B A 64 56 28 13 38 19 26 21 17 19 3 7 3 10 13 16 19 20 41 22 13 26 11 21 36 21 583 113 30 44 7 45 6 73 72 40 61 0 0 0 2 7 11 26 11 69 11 1 7 2 40 43 0 721 B A 67 59 30 16 36 19 26 22 19 18 6 13 3 15 15 16 20 21 40 26 14 25 15 21 35 20 617 B 1.623 17 0 0 0 0 0 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 29 Total Admissions 2.Arts/Social Science and Humanities. (d) Other Courses – Surveying Science./ Other Total Quan.506 20. Mass Media/Visual and performing Arts. Sc.

(d) Other Courses – Surveying Science.) Arts Management & Law Science (b) Medicine Veterinary Dentistry District (a) Commerce Science A Colombo Gampaha Kalutara Matale Kandy Nuwara Eliya Galle Matara Hambantota Jaffna Kilinochchi Mannar Mullaitivu Vavuniya Trincomalee Batticaloa Ampara Puttalam Kurunegala Anuradhapura Polonnaruwa Badulla Moneragala Kegalle Ratnapura Special Intake (c) Total B A 177 304 280 94 203 98 430 329 219 264 6 22 6 63 47 135 145 149 486 145 33 145 127 258 364 0 4. Sc. (b) Includes Biological Sciences.SOcio-Economic Services Table 13.Physical Sciences. on the recommendations of the Appeals committee and additional intake are shown under the ‘Special Intake’ at the end of listing of districts. Fisheries & Marine Sciences and Physical Education courses. Paramedical Studies. Admission to Arts courses is purely on merit however.436 21.024 357 1.436 10.290 464 1. Food Sciences.16 University Admission by Academic Stream and District – 2009/2010* (Contd. Indigenous Medicine.641 B A 279 238 123 55 157 102 118 93 78 86 23 19 23 27 51 72 86 104 171 111 55 118 60 91 151 89 2. Survey MIT/IT/ICT Courses (d) A Colombo Gampaha Kalutara Matale Kandy Nuwara Eliya Galle Matara Hambantota Jaffna Kilinochchi Mannar Mullaitivu Vavuniya Trincomalee Batticaloa Ampara Puttalam Kurunegala Anuradhapura Polonnaruwa Badulla Moneragala Kegalle Ratnapura Special Intake (c) Total A – Merit B – Other B A 35 26 19 5 42 0 57 42 30 41 0 0 0 0 0 7 7 3 36 1 0 1 2 36 10 0 400 67 59 29 14 39 24 28 23 19 28 2 7 2 7 13 18 20 25 42 27 14 28 15 22 37 27 636 156 27 9 2 48 3 54 67 19 44 0 1 1 6 4 1 3 3 42 6 1 10 1 9 7 0 524 B A 89 78 39 18 50 32 37 29 25 34 6 7 2 9 17 23 27 33 55 35 18 37 19 29 49 21 818 31 5 6 0 6 0 14 14 1 17 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 2 7 0 0 1 0 4 3 0 114 B A 26 22 12 4 14 4 8 7 6 4 3 3 1 3 3 4 4 7 16 8 3 6 4 7 9 8 196 143 13 20 1 25 0 48 49 10 18 0 1 0 0 2 9 17 5 27 2 0 1 0 4 8 0 403 B A 71 63 29 16 42 23 28 24 18 22 3 10 3 10 15 18 21 24 44 24 14 28 14 24 40 24 652 112 52 37 12 31 4 65 69 45 53 0 0 0 7 3 3 18 11 56 10 1 6 4 30 31 0 660 B A 46 36 19 10 26 14 19 13 12 12 2 7 2 7 8 12 12 14 27 17 9 18 9 14 24 27 416 B 1.547 Source : University Grants Commission * Provisional (a) 1.778 151 29 14 4 39 1 41 48 18 10 0 0 0 2 2 4 3 1 38 7 1 9 6 10 18 0 456 B A 77 66 35 15 43 28 33 25 21 29 6 5 6 6 14 20 24 29 47 31 15 33 16 25 42 19 710 11 0 0 1 3 0 5 6 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 38 B A B 7 6 3 1 4 2 3 2 2 3 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 4 3 1 3 1 2 4 1 63 5 4 2 1 3 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 3 2 1 2 1 2 3 4 53 Agriculture Engineering Architecture/ Com.861 1.580 25 11 8 3 7 0 18 12 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 5 8 3 0 7 0 6 18 0 138 B A 23 20 10 5 13 9 10 8 6 7 2 1 2 2 4 6 7 9 14 9 5 10 5 8 13 7 215 478 113 108 15 189 0 201 178 58 68 0 0 0 0 1 2 6 10 159 16 0 13 0 71 37 0 1. Textile/Design/Transport and Logistic Management. 149 .088 1.770 1.776 433 178 78 14 101 8 228 89 25 25 1 0 0 12 5 18 13 29 148 31 7 21 5 49 123 0 1.243 725 967 98 141 96 230 276 466 564 586 1.627 1.012 629 221 398 43 217 214 433 145 213 483 334 619 550 0 1.723 B A 294 252 130 61 167 103 124 98 96 109 2 35 3 35 57 77 94 104 183 114 61 136 64 96 162 121 2.161 424 908 335 433 292 540 427 7 91 24 117 7 89 92 138 66 210 180 286 215 349 218 368 1.Arts/Social Science and Humanities. Arts ./ Other Total Quan.091 758 869 579 445 151 206 694 596 114 350 1. policy ensure the number selected from each district to not less than the number admitted in 1993/94.529 107 25 14 6 38 7 14 11 7 91 40 21 43 30 26 33 50 15 23 17 21 14 5 14 16 1. 2. Mass Media/Visual and performing Arts.641 619 260 647 358 817 1.585 1.893 18 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 28 Total Admissions 2.169 1.654 10. (c) Students admitted on the basis of special categories.

060 2007/08 35 50 304 490 437 624 99 162 284 389 512 424 8.17 Computer Sc.342 1.223 10.459 1.410 1.272 Tamils 2006/07 2 10 60 89 43 127 18 30 15 45 84 73 1.155 9.616 2009/10 (b) 38 63 400 636 524 818 114 196 403 652 660 416 10.144 1.089 1.SOcio-Economic Services University Admission by Academic Stream and Ethnicity 2006/2007 – 2009/2010 Arts Management & Law Ethnicity Commerce A B & C A B & C A Science (a) Medicine Dentistry B & C A Sinhalese 2006/07 3.920 85 131 2007/08 4.654 10. Paramedical Studies and Fashion Design/Transport and Logistic Management. (e) Includes Indigenous Medicine.853 2.749 2009/10 (b) 1 11 55 84 73 108 22 24 32 93 89 49 1.266 2.101 2009/10 (b) 37 49 331 506 438 664 90 160 331 493 511 332 8.723 1. Physical Sciences.809 Moors 2006/07 0 1 11 28 6 39 1 10 6 24 39 28 547 541 2007/08 0 2 16 39 9 46 3 8 32 53 63 44 590 706 2008/09 0 2 14 47 12 49 8 11 24 50 67 29 606 743 2009/10 (b) 0 1 12 45 13 46 2 11 39 66 59 34 697 790 Others 2006/07 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 9 26 2007/08 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 1 1 1 0 18 20 2008/09 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 1 1 1 0 11 23 2009/10 (b) 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 14 22 Total 2006/07 29 51 333 545 473 742 94 161 224 348 544 421 8.491 980 1. 150 .449 100 151 2008/09 4.850 8.578 2.554 2.583 8.599 1. (c) MIT/IT/ICT (d) A Table 13.829 2008/09 39 63 395 612 513 801 118 192 364 583 517 273 10.507 619 1.246 374 401 414 402 526 558 571 558 28 26 28 25 40 35 39 42 70 78 93 100 284 282 330 326 44 41 29 37 99 86 91 90 2 3 1 2 10 7 6 7 27 34 50 46 118 128 164 203 15 11 12 16 44 52 48 62 0 1 0 1 2 7 7 4 4 4 3 0 3 3 2 3 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.492 2. Fisheries & Marine Sciences and Physical Education courses from 2008/09.206 2007/08 38 62 400 621 501 777 112 194 365 553 676 557 10.381 509 1.093 1.529 1.453 1.350 6.579 2007/08 3 10 80 92 55 104 10 23 48 110 100 89 1.071 1. B & C A Other (e) B & C A B & C A Total B & C Sinhalese 2006/07 27 40 261 427 424 574 86 168 203 279 421 319 7.580 138 215 B & C A B & C A B & C A B & C A B & C A B&C 999 1.334 2008/09 39 50 324 483 442 634 92 161 307 466 374 216 8. (b) Provisional (c) Includes Design.023 1.778 433 453 455 456 670 697 711 710 30 30 29 28 52 49 52 53 Veterinary Agriculture Engineering Architecture Ethnicity Science Quan.455 2.009 89 121 2008/09 3. Up to 2007/08 includes only Biological Science & Physical Science.893 A – 40 % Merit Quota   B – 55 % District Quota C – 05 % Educationally Disadvantaged District Quota Source : University Grants Commission (a) Includes Biological Sciences.469 1.282 2.973 2.568 1.506 75 104 2007/08 3.436 128 198 2009/10 (b) 4.778 2.953 8.949 114 161 2009/10 (b) 3.187 1.047 1.457 1.490 7.776 1. (d) Includes the Computation and Management Programme at University of Peradeniya. Town & Country Planning and Facilities Management.100 1.341 1.057 1.769 2008/09 0 11 57 82 59 114 18 20 32 66 75 28 1.577 1.745 1.641 2. Food Sciences.391 1.073 125 169 Tamils 2006/07 633 521 71 275 5 16 2007/08 580 637 53 307 6 22 2008/09 569 642 80 335 10 24 2009/10 (b) 587 644 88 341 7 32 Moors 2006/07 393 101 44 135 5 11 2007/08 376 192 40 128 5 7 2008/09 377 178 38 146 4 12 2009/10 (b) 445 147 58 158 6 13 Others 2006/07 3 13 1 4 0 0 2007/08 6 5 6 5 0 1 2008/09 5 8 1 6 0 1 2009/10 (b) 6 5 3 8 0 1 Total 2006/07 4.917 1. Survey.

153 1.788 8.487 762 619 443 174 894 1.083 7.890 NVQ – National Vocational Qualification (a) Nine Technical Colleges have been upgraded to the level of “College of Technology” since 2007.108 11.454 11.021 12. 151 .SOcio-Economic Services Table 13.936 3. students statistics given here refers to the academic years.657 7.225 9.835 11. 12.161 16.524 21.441 13.512 7.252 4.292 –  –  –  –  –  –  6.978 1.522 14.318 524 237 37 82 –  96 87 75 70 720 274 10 37 82 –  96 87 75 70 720 285 10 37 82 – 96 87 75 70 14.197 13.042 849 852 1.984 13.615 National Craft (Trade)   Certificate 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 (b) –  –  –  –  –  –  1.622 2.153 1.426 4.153 1.124 1.265 17.221 2. Walikanda.879 –  –  –  –  –  –  8.042 849 852 1.426 4.653 908 2.021 12.515 8.931 3.487 927 838 594 227 894 1.850 18.436 11.980 4.354 3.197 13.279 6.611 12.252 4.273 additional students were enrolled for special vocational training programmes “Waddakil Vasantham Programmes” under the Mahinda Chinthana at College of Technology.850 18.784 3.010 2.546 14.687 4.479 4.709 2.328 19.127 11.011 15.182 12.931 3.318 524 237 –  –  –  –  –  –  –  13.010 4.009 8.953 27.182 12.077 15.011 15. Note : Normally academic year starts in July and will end in June in the following year.265 17.589 13.980 4.060 5.308 3.263 17.635 10.042 849 852 1.890 4.153 1.143 Short Courses   (mainly intended for   self–employment) 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 (b) –  –  –  –  –  –  165 219 151 53 –  –  –  –  –  –  165 219 151 53 894 1. Jaffna and LTTE surrenders at Rehabilitation Centres Pallekale.634 8.279 6.040 12.487 927 838 594 227 Short Courses Offered to   Other Organizations (c) 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 (b) –  –  –  –  –  –  –  13.263 17.038 798 247 37 82 – 96 87 75 70 14.852 5.635 8. (b) Provisional.867 3.620 4.108 11.884 3.038 809 247 Total 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 (b) –  –  –  –  –  –  4.043 4.446 24.200 17.719 4.009 8.657 7.918 20.866 12.546 22.724 5.093 3.147 3.853 1.454 21. Hence.974 1.967 9.418 4.308 3.940 1.837 13.958 35.981 8.18 Technical Colleges 2001 – 2010 College of Technology (a) Technical Colleges Course Year Intake Enrollment Intake Enrollment Total Intake Enrollment Advance Diploma   (NVQ Level 5 & 6) 2009 2010 (b) 393 507 393 588 –  –  –  –  393 507 393 588 National Diploma 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 (b) –  –  –  –  –  –  9 453 –  16 –  –  –  –  –  –  22 495 –  16 83 93 101 108 252 188 55 94 99 49 170 157 186 191 407 339 190 152 177 54 83 93 101 108 252 188 64 547 99 65 170 157 186 191 407 339 212 647 177 70 National Certificate 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 (b) –  –  –  –  –  –  3.025 3.083 6.667 7.377 13.200 17.429 6.171 1.984 9.635 17.974 5.285 1.592 2.487 762 619 443 174 894 1.803 9.260 6.418 4.392 4.377 13.040 12.332 1.611 12.040 14.661 3.788 8.894 43.953 27.040 16.025 3. Source : Department of Technical Education and Training (c) In 2008.837 4.354 3.383 774 –  –  –  –  –  –  1.515 8.235 2.217 9.448 19.866 12.043 4.260 9.328 19.256 21.974 3.938 2.236 1.454 21.042 849 852 1.

069 51.463 4.686 14.681 43.693 29.057 34. – Not available 60. Current Expenditure Capital Expenditure Imports of Medical and Pharmaceutical Products (Govt. 8.201 7.696 777 2.833 59.835 68.a.984 222.701 7.328 61.454 14.184(e) 222.897 267.609 4.141 47.794 3. n.271 166.088 22.970 7.319 4.a.702 74.937 62.972 44.720 11. 2001 Table 13.749 62.912 20.945 1.713 5.061 16.993 4.949 11.483 41. & Private).501 49.038 68.957(f) 14.403 8.a.501 27.SOcio-Economic Services Item Western Medicine (a) Hospitals (b) Primary Healthcare Units Doctors (c) Hospital Beds Nurses Attendants In Patients Treated. ’000 Midwives Hospital Public Health Public Health Inspectors Family Planning New Acceptors (No.255 14.045 34.696 6.500 10.635 8. Rs. 7.476 34.316 20.350 45.068 211.613 7.726 n.192 7.668 2.285 9. n. Mn.270 1.321 n.355 248.831 58.897 15. 229.129 7.361 18.880 6.013 32.073 45.267 7.234 23.819 4.946 27.966 1.851 58.025 10.961 18.555 2.995 145.470 1.548 2010 568 476 15.161(f) 31.506 13.a.092 4.943 2.Expenditure on Health.429 43.318 11.401 1.741 55.995 8. 149.473 7.) Loops Oral Pills Sterilizations Injectables Norplants Total.439 14.606 92.898 n.828 3.480 22.a.091 133.018 55.808 60.144 21.385 37.337 8.080 6.969 16.392 42.711 17.167 5.279 17.998 44.113 44.955 6.919 34.377 7. n.987 4.158 10.202 127.664 (a) Public Sector (b) Includes Maternity Homes (c) Includes Assistant Medical Practitioners (d) Including Intern Medical Officers (e) End September 2005 (f) Upto August n. ’000 Out Patients’ Visits.437 39.154 2.004 110.790 250.133 245.184 8.977 47.470 121.547 22.475 n.952 13.461 16.242 4.332 20.565 8.512 1.772 24.594 50.800 12.896 5.032(f) 66. Mn.233 22.674 12.427 1.789 3.098 10.134(f) 71.544 120.452 73.19 Health Services 2001 – 2010 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 585 605 606 598 606 604 619 619 555 389 385 387 375 397 397 387 411 475 8.315 21. 1.781 61.073 25.419 44.329 Sources : Ministry of Health Family Health Bureau 152 . 4.382 n.738 13.613 15.a.397 1.210 11.727(f) 30.197 65.654 4.835 8.330 11.189 n.a.996 25.a.494 8.535 1.725 53.371 2.770 52.345 4.440 119.420 1.016 n.163 6.941 58. Rs.476 1.a.765 43.283(d) 69.631 10.411 10.723 2.754 9.341 41.785 20.549 7.524 4.311(f) 6.740 1.032 3.301 4.403 54.a.139 16. 43.874 58.587 14.679 120.a.

384 9.470 1.963 8.577 5.352 4.142 1.393 2.486 1.349 1.326 1.596 2.023 12.331 1.934 11.214 2.001 3.100 1.524 4. 153 241 209 189 154 140 101 113 109 117 174 189 145 183 237 270 259 310 310 315 313 299 290 270 962 916 966 977 886 914 846 876 928 932 915 901 888 1.047 4.361 4.314 858 911 984 1.517 16.776 2.896 5./Asst. administrative and preventive services.427 6.716 15.296 3.209 3.134 6.035 1.260 1.SOcio-Economic Services Table 13.060 13.475 2.384 1.063 8.448 14.583 4.217 2.047 1.274 1.074 1.957 9.740 1.167 5.305 1.555 2.016 Source : Medical Statistics Unit. Nurses (c) Public Health Hospital Year Officers (a) Surgeons (b) Medical Officers Nursing Sisters Inspectors Midwives Midwives 1982 1984 1986 1988 1990(d) 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008(e) 2.253 1.410 2.214 11.025 2.370 23.713 4.628 6.654 4. Ministry of Healthcare & Nutrition .794 3.503 2.154 2.403 13.400 8.201 1. (d) Excludes the Northern province.340 1.357 1.934 3.463 1.343 1.181 1.080 6.376 1.290 9.819 4.668 2.497 4.316 2.800 (a) Includes Medical Officers in curative.512 1.117 5.218 1.383 4.019 8.933 13.621 18.317 8.401 1.102 3.654 19.815 14.288 2.994 7. (b) Includes Regional and Consultant Dental Surgeons.874 10.183 1.538 1.723 2.934 18.340 1.420 1.319 4.531 1.172 2.397 1.625 4.479 275 288 318 355 317 358 381 390 387 421 462 481 521 529 637 751 867 889 915 954 1.578 4. (c) Excludes Pupil Nurses.052 14. (e) Provisional.400 4.818 13.512 1.798 4.797 16.198 10.108 4.950 22.397 1.828 3.638 1.345 3.371 2.535 1.20 Selected Public Health Personnel 1982 – 2008 Medical Dental Reg.321 3.931 7.194 1.284 2.440 2.951 2.279 11.

016 959 949 973 444 243 257 51 335 (a) Provisional (b) Includes Specialists and Interns.) Table 13.407 1.293 319 1.21 Public Health Personnel by District 2008 (Contd.21 2008(a) Public Health Nurses Nursing Sisters Inspectors Midwives Colombo Gampaha Kalutara Kandy Matale Nuwara Eliya Galle Matara Hambantota Jaffna Mannar Vavuniya Batticaloa Ampara Trincomalee Kalmunai Kurunegala Puttalam Anuradhapura Polonnaruwa Badulla Moneragala Ratnapura Kegalle 173 87 51 179 24 15 60 8 21 0 0 7 11 26 14 8 47 25 27 17 17 13 35 26 43 6 8 10 2 1 6 2 1 1 1 2 2 0 1 1 6 3 3 0 5 1 1 3 3.479 12.253 539 1.063 270 1.) District Colombo Gampaha Kalutara Kandy Matale Nuwara Eliya Galle Matara Hambantota Jaffna Mannar Vavuniya Batticaloa Ampara Trincomalee Kalmunai Kurunegala Puttalam Anuradhapura Polonnaruwa Badulla Moneragala Ratnapura Kegalle Total Hospital Midwives Pharmacists Dispensers Medical Technologists Radiographers Physiotherapists ECG Recordists EEG Recordists School Dental Therapists 262 183 193 215 72 74 192 156 117 86 18 19 206 49 51 156 277 49 135 46 81 78 128 173 234 95 41 80 22 11 36 39 22 19 5 11 33 18 14 15 62 21 28 17 40 17 42 37 81 69 41 80 23 18 53 37 20 43 8 11 72 13 17 24 87 30 59 14 43 30 39 37 314 75 46 72 18 11 57 28 15 3 3 9 22 20 15 19 62 23 33 14 38 12 38 26 155 31 31 52 4 4 31 8 5 11 2 3 10 6 5 5 15 2 18 5 16 4 13 8 99 35 7 22 3 1 14 5 1 4 1 1 3 2 3 1 10 1 6 2 10 1 8 3 80 19 10 21 5 3 14 9 3 1 20 1 8 1 3 11 13 4 5 4 10 3 6 3 20 4 2 5 1 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 1 6 0 0 2 1 1 0 1 0 3 0 49 39 35 33 10 3 23 24 8 0 0 2 6 2 2 2 33 10 2 7 6 4 16 19 3.160 480 1.003 688 392 55 120 974 650 257 402 2./Asst.761 2.037 315 1. Ministry of Healthcare & Nutrition 154 .479 858 1.197 237 172 794 350 184 246 34 77 252 180 186 181 587 247 311 174 388 187 335 371 3.134 30.365 1.386 263 188 860 360 206 247 35 86 265 206 201 190 640 275 341 191 410 201 371 400 169 65 55 77 12 22 51 28 10 17 4 5 29 13 7 12 67 28 39 15 34 27 42 30 126 110 71 146 25 20 76 55 13 37 4 4 36 7 6 18 133 30 40 13 42 10 45 67 7.475 5.488 419 1.149 1.SOcio-Economic Services Public Health Personnel by District Medical Officers (b) District Curative Services Administrative/ Preventive Services Health (MOH) Dental Reg.555 825 42 25 38 19 6 4 5 5 4 2 1 1 28 6 1 6 30 7 7 4 6 4 10 9 159 111 85 73 39 29 77 53 39 75 17 16 114 32 25 52 82 42 87 40 41 34 82 71 277 520 411 446 113 160 322 239 162 94 32 36 488 92 93 135 427 184 15 120 209 174 311 271 Total 891 109 11.509 418 291 2.362 2. Source : Medical Statistics Unit.331 (Contd. (c) Includes Regional Dental Surgeons and Consultant Dental Surgeons.523 1. Surgeons Medical (c) Officers Total Table 13.

2 10.a. Mn.a.8 393. 332.7 5.3 0.5 41.2 21.0 19.8 17.5 404.8 387.7 138.a.044.2 0.001.7 4.3 37 99 69. n.3 0.675 2.2 974.1 909. – Not available 155 STD/AIDS Control Programme Anti-Malaria Campaign Anti-Leprosy Campaign Respiratory Disease Control Programme Anti-Filariasis Campaign.0 2. n. Sources : (a) Provisional (b) Includes only Central government staff (c) Includes Central government and Provincial staff n. n.2 280. ’000 Positive Cases.SOcio-Economic Services Table 13.1 342.0 456.9 5. n.a.9 10.6 n.7 148.7 1.049 3.9 411.a.a.4 1.2 1. ’000 Personnel Strength – Doctors Others Expenditure.8 37.192.1 514.7 8. ’000 Positive Cases.6 177.6 n. Rs.2 0.0 207.7 13.7 23 1.1 525.7 2.4 1.0 204.5 26 25 19 23 25 26 26 26 30 97 96 98 86 93 128 128 128 98 25.051 404.2 9.2 30.9 15.4 4.5 559.7 8. Respiratory Diseases Patients Examined.6 0.4 150.0 1.9 4. n.a.0 53. ’000 Personnel Strength – Doctors Others Expenditure.5 2. n.4 56.866 2. Rs.9 42. 2001 2002 2003 2004 2001 – 2010 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010(a) 9. Mn.9 622. Rs.0 9.5 51. ’000 Positive Cases.2 5(b) 5(b) 5(b) 5(b) 5(b) 5(b) 5(b) 12(c) 12(c) 11(c) 26(b) 24(b) 23(b) 24(b) 24(b) 26(b) 30(b) 240(c) 232(c) 225(c) 3.4 3. n.0 486.1 n.4 1. n.8 15.2 96.3 469.5 595. Mn.308 3.9 1.3 675.a.2 5. Rs. Leprosy Patients Examined.0 1.8 58.5 0.4 20.1 14.3 73 77 86 75 75 100 100 115 81 102 467 461 458 460 498 476 476 505 487 496 94.0 35.3 29.4 41.1 1.1 39. ’000 Personnel Strength – Doctors Others Expenditure. Malaria Patients Examined.4 27.8 4.4 494.047.0 2.a.3 14.5 32.0 10. ’000 Positive Cases. n.8 114.403 2.7 4.4 13.3 898.0 0.0 19.4 1. ’000 Personnel Strength – Doctors Others Expenditure.4 10.9 1. .7 8.1 278.8 15.353. Rs.6 15 11 12 21 19 18 19 27 29 3.6 41.105 2.3 513.0 2.1 9.823 335.4 1.a.0 40. Mn. Filariasis Patients Examined.4 8.9 1.a.2 0. n.390.a. Mn.1 0.7 16.6 66. n.0 378.a.7 0.6 4.5 10.a. ’000 Positive Cases.192 2.2 0.4 9.a. n.a.a.22 Activities of Health Campaigns Item Sexually Transmitted Diseases Patients Examined.6 0.198. 1.1 9.4 1.991 2. ’000 Personnel Strength – Doctors Others Expenditure.9 8 8 9 10 9 10 10 10 8 7 126 104 115 105 100 97 69 71 60 63 13.0 2.3 31.9 3.5 716.7 482.076.5 0.2 0.a. 149. n.8 n.

407 3. ’000 Sea 291.419 3.718 71.729 6.742 14.167 4.670 1.765 1.340 18.835 3.617 2.865 2.) 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 Population Served by a   Post Office 4.100 4.420 1. ’000 Letters Post Cards Newspapers & Magazines Small Packets Parcels Letters Post Cards Newspapers & Magazines Small Packets Parcels Air 99 40 41 24 17 86 41 32 30 16 91 39 36 32 8 77 33 30 29 6 82 36 37 33 7 73 31 29 31 6 72 29 27 26 7 69 34 31 27 11 76 19 56 28 5 31.258 2.SOcio-Economic Services Item Table 13.723 462 18 26.740 3.000 1.428 3.413 21 236.311 4.250 79.021 217 386 34.912 835 388 15 27.614 794 354 36 32.651 21 238.852 2.729 6.115 924 391 16 24.729 Area Served by a   Post Office (Sq.786 76.313 25 304.640 248 377 34.) 6.486 461 72 31.729 6.711 198 162 32.23 Postal Services 2001 – 2010 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010(a) Main Post Offices (No.997 3.536 712 1.) 514 570 580 662 663 684 684 684 684 684 Delivery Areas (No.294 14.322 24.518 391 20 20.315 2.025 917 388 18 27.165 1.531 82.629 1.832 24 338.422 3.492 389 19 22.745 2.328 710 330 23 31.729 6.569 25 337.503 63. ’000 Letters Post Cards Newspapers Express Insured Registered Parcels 26 323.194 284 Foreign Mail (Outward).705 812 346 43 32.729 6.412 3.410 Agency Post Offices (No.225 2.410 3.852 12.408 3.309 23 306.311 4.751 3.312 Letters Per Inhabitant Domestic Mail.669 3.540 1.623 398 24 19.841 1.729 6.473 395 20 27.498 2.426 395 359 422 253 409 1. km.) 602 614 622 630 633 636 641 643 643 648 Sub Post Offices (No.095 1.570 399 22 28.915 3.729 6.400 11.525 212 281 59.225 80.376 823 331 41 33.725 19.066 444 24 30.415 19.432 3.141 1.248 16.356 3.084 4.824 84.423 21.010 261 204 31.610 436 64 30.729 6.948 233 371 28.100 4.787 1.213 25 479.252 4.149 Parcels (Ordinary) Paid Parcels (Ordinary) Other Sea 21 78 53 70 37 18 80 45 68 35 18 70 49 61 28 19 84 56 68 34 10 71 47 57 29 13 72 49 58 30 18 68 46 56 31 17 65 43 59 29 19 67 40 57 26 22 62 31 43 33 65 29.745 26.102 4.103 4.444 1.626 24.210 1.962 366 185 32.358 3.456 386 24 Source : Department of Posts 156 .) 3.729 6.773 95 28 19.451 840 367 20 4.816 3.526 6.440 3.511 1.305 2.089 83.423 412 68 29. 438 93 38 30 27 15 Foreign Mail (Inward).115 246 209 32.631 134 86 8 Letters Post Cards Newspapers & Magazines Small Packets Parcels Letters Post Cards Newspapers & Magazines Small Packets Parcels Air (a) Provisional.920 24 339.311 222 201 33.410 3.

1 25.656 106.007 7.500 2.331 11.442 6.a.129 8.859 116.a.810 2.095 828 93. 240.25 Mass Media 2001 – 2010 Item 3.) Other Services 2001 2002 2003 2004 829 883 934 991 2005 1.516 70.627 26 80.a.721 117.a.685 103.522 31.9 17. (b) Provisional.526 n. 202.a.a. 24 25 25 27 35 25 28 26 26 Weekly Newspapers.300 (a) Provisional (b) Include Fixed Access Services and Wireless Services only.635 Copies per Thousand Persons per week. 70 7.730 8. 430.426 10.561 n. ’000 104.4 4.000 2010(a) 3.724 13.723 56.083 n. of Radio Services 170.9 49.Mn.3 n.801 Sinhala 84.446 932 63 7 6.792 18.211 53 15 6.136 123. – Not available 3.5 51.026 89.516 31.348 11.089 12.000 5.347 112.7 -0.508 151.353 14.884 2.000 7.811 165. 130.295 62.071 English 10.7 4.110 84.036 Sinhala 95. Ministry of Mass Media and Information Sumathi Publications Upali Newspapers Ltd.) 68 Cellular Mobiles per 100 Persons 5 Public Pay Phone Booths 7.445 14. (b) Includes only national newspepers from 2006.4 45.a.1 16.a.426 118.267 88. 115.a. of TV Channels Radios No.585 113.884 34.054 n.579 164.535 E-Mail and Internet Subscribers 61. n.792 155. 234.579 161.Mn. n.9 5.849 100.215 10.532 2009 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 146.115 75 9 9 9 9 9 9 14 18 20 20 48 21 21 21 21 (a) Revised. 21 21 Sources : 157 39 56 48 Associated Newspapers of Ceylon Ltd.610 19.436 708 769 818 860 919 910 932 934 872 121 114 116 131 325 974 1.3 n.244 2006 2007 1.417 n.983 n.240 126.513 2.SOcio-Economic Services Table 13.378 n.1 6.213 28.281 Radio Paging Subscribers 6.247 n.579 14.742 2008 3.395 27.134 120.440 2.322 98.3 9.285 n. 55 7.a.132 120.a.681 5.537 66.955 Copies per Thousand Persons per Day.810 120.350 33. n.511 13.0 31.393 57 12 6.362 26 17 6. No. 17.704 20.823 23. Cellular Phones (’000) 668 Turnover of Cellular Operators (Rs.178 62. Table 13.547 2010(b) Circulation of Newspapers (c) Daily Newspapers.997 97.927 9.674 3.0 29.413 10.299 69.233 14.8 26.264 n. 84 7.002 96.730 177.596 10.a. 40 8.5 5. ’000 143.a. No.24 Telecommunication Services 2001 – 2010 Item Fixed Access Services Subcriber Base (’000) Fixed Access Services (’000) Wireless Access Services (’000) Growth Rate of the Subscribers Telephone Density (b)   (Telephones per 100 persons) Turnover (b) (Rs.941 77. 27 7.082 1. n. 107 108 112 119 118 75 94 84 78 Televisions No.400 31. Express Newspapers (Ceylon) Ltd.570 23.a.5 25.650 2007 2008 2009(a) 173.5 13.347 Tamil English 27.3 4.376 8.a.096 Tamil 10.704 12.725 12.564 8.0 30.851 85.000 2001 14.7 17.491 32.a.696 82.1 6. . Wijeya Publications Ltd.245 19.520 12.948 3.412 n.8 6. (c) Including mobile broadband services.338 31.a.000(c) Sources : Telecommunications Regulatory Commission of Sri Lanka Central Bank of Sri Lanka.571 897 2.

614 6.025 18.675 434 393 2.034 12.217 1.358 22.308 475 397 2.172 1.566 37.285 8.756 4.987 2.023 27.938 449 333 2.812 5.535 7.616 11.103 2.681 26.149 7.436 Total Admissions to Prisons by Length of Sentence 18.834 26.735 5.544 4.681 26.297 5.895 7.647 28.849 1.647 6.104 4.191 1.898 33.566 9.320 1.302 11.664 2.130 7.732 31.737 422 283 3.236 1.032 5.375 3.845 11.306 33.229 553 386 1.216 15.023 27.872 2.712 4.096 11.26 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 53 44 64 101 42 55 32 22 36 26 110 120 124 161 178 177 125 90 75 Murder Attempted Murder Culpable Homicide and Attempted Culpable Homicide Kidnapping Rape Simple & Grievous Hurt Criminal Force & Intimidation Unlawful Intercourse & Attempt Attempt Suicide & Abetment of Suicide Burglary & Robbery Trespass.412 2.085 9.239 25.168 20.229 12.034 28. House Breaking & Possession of House Breaking Tools Extortion & Looting Cheating & Criminal Breach of Trust Theft Other Offences 154 172 152 254 172 264 284 321 124 178 177 156 137 95 121 133 144 166 278 326 295 307 203 221 246 241 529 30 45 44 37 43 45 19 12 2 104 111 113 134 95 95 174 235 319 463 385 385 353 382 407 289 267 290 37 45 72 61 76 73 60 64 46 98 11 39 54 35 21 31 24 65 15 15 15 18 4 0 10 14 2 575 730 683 618 734 875 990 948 894 260 426 473 431 426 558 531 615 550 405 500 407 406 492 586 615 597 583 312 257 268 277 322 368 299 321 344 618 871 1.962 446 270 1.177 1.057 580 546 69 108 121 335 11 227 317 31 163 0 1.377 576 528 3.453 37.268 32.973 8.732 31.306 33.124 1.166 489 346 1.312 28.624 1.569 4.239 25.034 28.080 23.715 22.898 33.083 10.410 2.440 13.328 5.913 5.SOcio-Economic Services Prisoners 2000 – 2009 Item Admission of Youthful Offenders to Training Schools Youthful Offenders in Training School (Daily Average) Admission to Prisons by Offence Table 13.130 868 519 321 1.703 1.105 453 366 18.872 72 67 69 102 68 113 165 176 128 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 72 67 69 102 68 113 165 176 128 144 134 138 204 136 226 330 352 256 97 119 132 144 138 168 145 157 166 108 0 108 216 185 Source : Prison Department 158 .000 Population) 1.160 3.797 23.566 Under one Month One Month to Six Months Seven Month to One Year One Year to Two Years Three Years to Five Years Six Years to Ten Years Over Ten Years Total Death Sentences Sentenced to Death Death Sentences Commuted to Imprisonment Awaiting Execution or Final Decision for Commutation or Execution Total Admission Rate (Per 100.715 22.

292 273 101 125 49 18 17 52 7 7 32 2 8 2 6 5 16 59 53 35 13 20 11 15 29 59 13.560 1.592 117 2.032 956 1.686 10.282 37.558 1.631 660 536 180 9 249 2 1 244 655 512 2.404 696 224 1.455 603 193 1.872 Source : Prison Department 159 .423 2.922 300 831 650 281 375 973 1.306 32.032 778 1.158 876 33.210 271 13.442 1.932 20 697 967 10 464 341 7 338 487 27 993 1.SOcio-Economic Services Table 13.044 1.525 32 1.034 27.321 1.906 1.920 921 490 2.112 2.512 382 14.088 1.033 780 6 309 211 39 1.732 30.590 1.277 1.966 51 548 736 49 1.487 2.029 307 808 606 370 496 857 1.358 20 1.692 653 378 120 192 284 52 29 239 503 279 1.039 677 454 331 966 712 313 14.714 2.692 714 550 188 137 42 6 10 156 570 745 1.875 2.187 31 1.196 1.201 2.014 31.424 1.251 2.514 13.171 497 1.413 1.677 3.346 126 2.114 823 435 484 119 183 8 9 363 683 772 2.27 Prisoners by District 2005 – 2009 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009    District Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female Total Colombo Gampaha Kalutara Kandy Matale Nuwara Eliya Galle Matara Hambantota Jaffna Mannar Vavuniya Mullaitivu Kilinochchi Batticaloa Ampara Trincomalee Kurunegala Puttalam Anuradhapura Polonnaruwa Badulla Monaragala Ratnapura Kegalle 13.057 3.415 2.001 303 1.965 74 2.215 1.483 323 Total 32.043 29 689 797 6 542 427 32 212 396 9 18 111 4 253 176 – 2 7 – 1 8 19 263 319 14 669 651 23 535 720 44 2.837 1.613 2.238 688 403 218 210 345 60 34 215 645 368 2.640 707 543 156 135 34 4 4 151 554 686 1.834 16 323 283 48 856 780 18 624 613 17 387 274 9 505 370 23 880 935 54 1.747 59 2.679 2.278 1.008 33.406 585 176 1.887 18 714 907 3 227 479 48 1.004 19 731 933 465 77 84 33 14 11 71 26 8 88 8 7 1 1 44 32 52 66 42 65 20 9 7 28 23 14.100 1.997 987 350 494 1.264 969 286 91 90 55 26 8 41 11 8 9 6 2 2 0 27 25 8 88 17 51 37 7 5 38 39 11.073 2.566 36.580 806 219 1.385 2.008 13.755 977 28.947 1.594 266 594 722 306 302 1.651 3 691 642 16 419 370 17 235 111 4 214 186 10 355 282 0 60 50 2 36 29 19 234 212 18 663 478 19 387 271 71 2.647 301 607 742 317 317 1.103 1.

292 1.305 231 22.552 9.799 7.271 868 34 33.551 142 8.SOcio-Economic Services Table 13.251 49 62 13 916 279 67 9 9 2 27.790 777 30 807 925 29 954 1.28 Selected Demography of Prisoners 2006 – 2009 Item M 2006 2007 F Total M F Total M Prisoners by Age Groups Under 16 years 16 to 40 years 41 to 60 years Above 60 years 3 1 4 5 8 13 12 20.317 161 4.558 1.887 96 4.048 299 10.924 5.183 568 27 595 674 30 704 610 Prisoners by Educational Status No Schooling Grade 1–5 Passed Grade 8 Passed GCE (O/L) Passed GCE (A/L) Graduates Other Prisoners by Marital Status Never Married Married Widowed Divorced Legally Separated Prisoners by Ethnicity Sinhalese Tamil Moor Malay Burgher Other Prisoners by Religion Buddhist Hindu Muslim Roman Catholic Other Christians Others Total Convicted Prisoners 3.683 2.752 4.466 3.693 10.805 4.872 16.281 690 23.445 7.248 22.959 21 3 24 21 0 21 17 5 3 8 2 3 5 0 8.490 20.915 2.116 215 9.538 6.068 17.732 30.916 5.250 189 4.639 438 49 487 466 62 528 450 466 37 503 675 20 695 674 994 35 1.953 99 2.152 9.072 12.318 58 71 15 20.567 4.504 7.523 160 2.556 249 3.892 4.518 9.029 950 15 965 727 18.711 362 9.977 57 50 17 26.101 1.397 422 1.829 95 4.478 4.971 24.805 7.618 7.844 4.044 5.008 M – Male F – Female 2009 Source : Prison Department 160 .771 21.684 6.148 786 31 695 229 150 123 82 3 22.381 2.058 152 4.532 9.306 714 18.886 4.153 618 18.412 351 1.282 37.500 252 5.096 105 593 14 607 720 40 760 1.203 102 62 4 66 82 8 90 227 4 27.569 115 5.908 11.802 9.755 977 28.087 5.590 1.331 9.347 9.201 1.566 36.591 253 5.014 31.261 28.316 3.073 9.938 60 0 60 63 1 64 47 9 0 9 78 3 81 39 49 5 54 14 7 21 11 2008 F Total M F Total 0 692 288 28 12 25.471 638 11 27.502 22.306 32.809 4.983 5.109 4.715 10.439 4.714 4.168 28 14 180 728 37 45 18 9.126 364 17.711 17.001 565 137 985 71 56 33 6.323 5.088 5.898 4.210 5.317 5.753 6.722 8.021 546 3.057 598 758 184 39 10 11 6 23.254 5.332 286 6.263 118 4.957 638 21.038 148 400 280 125 52 5 0 2.221 5.011 22 0 1.790 990 0 923 311 48 11 28.567 4.666 220 4.109 602 16.971 531 20.171 5.359 443 9.227 311 6.334 139 2.207 19.420 98 6.999 4.473 2.398 29.302 323 9.052 2.595 23.625 9.386 8.020 18.534 9.367 487 719 745 6.125 24 14 164 699 262 110 43 4 0 2.977 11.770 122 3.491 716 19.

0 2008 19 20 25 9 10 2008 6 5 5 5 4 130.6 2.5 66.0 Indicator Population Growth.5 25.4 n.7 90.0 26.4 213. % 0 .4 1.2 0. Year Indonesia Malaysia Philippines 1990 2007 2008 2009 2007 2008 2009 2008 179.000 Live Births] Expectation of Life at Birth.800 570 440 450 120 830 2010 74 45 67 67 64 72 68 4.1 6.3 0.3 2008 27 30 34 17 17 2008 67 65 62 72 74 2008 6 5 4 10 9 2008 43. Years 37 59 4 36 28.9 1.6 7.3 6.2 Nepal Singapore Thailand 3.4 1.0 1.7 25.3 197.3 109.8 1.9 88.3 0.2 Rep.1 7.64 Years 65 Years & Above Urban Population.] (a) Population by Age Groups.3 2. ADB Table 14.000 Crude Death Rate.150.4 225.64 Years 65 Years & Above Urban Population.2 Ref.2 Demographic Indicators : Selected East Asian Countries Mid-year Population.1 109.8 46.7 0.6 6.2 1. Population Growth.7 2.2 2.9 1.2 20.9 2009 326. Mn.8(b) 100.7 159.4 1.1 84.000 Total Fertility Rate [Births per Woman] Infant Mortality Rate [per 1.4 144.9 0.165.3 2.6 6.6 0.km.4 6.2 0.0 652.134.5 231.6 24.7 1.1 27.4 165.914.3 20.8 2009 30 6 26 5 2 12 2008 2010 420 72 62 75 230 72 14 80 14 81 110 69 (a) Population / Total land area.4 303.4 21.0 140.2 27.2 2.6 162.Sri Lanka and Asia Indicator Mid-year Population.5 0.2 1.811.0 2.3 98.5 48.8 18. Pakistan 18. per 1.7 770.0 2. % Crude Birth Rate. Year Sri Lanka Afganistan Bangladesh Bhutan 1990 2007 2008 2009 2007 2008 2009 2009 16.6 18. Years Table 14. (b) Data refer to 2006.0 4.6 1.0 1.2 1. per 1.0 2.0 2. per 1. 835.6 510.1 0. 80.9 2.6 228. Mn.3 2.5 1.9 386. % Land Area.9 15 9 2008 2.1 328.1 Demographic Indicators : SAARC Countries Ref.6 60.0 2.9 2008 126.7 0.8 66.0 1.3 130.3 1.6 3.2 2008 27 46 32 31 32 28 37 2008 67 52 64 64 64 67 59 2008 6 2 3 5 5 4 4 2008 15 24 27 31 29 35(b) 17 2008 18.973.1 65.5 492.3 1.0 (a) Population / Total land area.7 14. km.9 48.2 1. (b) Data refer to 2006.7 1.6 4.6 142.a.5 2.0 1.333.1(b) 63.0 India Maldives 0.km.9 1.3 5.7 0.2 1.8 5.093.3 0. per 1. km.3 1.] (a) Population by Age Groups.6 2. ’000 Sq.6 48.1 38.0 66. % Land Area.14 Years 15 . Density of Population [Persons per Sq.3 1.14 Years 15 .7 55.6 17.2 26.4 2.0 298.7 0. 161 Sources : World Development Indicators 2010 World Bank Report 2010 Human Development Report 2010 Key Indicators for Asia and the Pacific 2010.9 1.7 0.5 0.6 27.8 19. ’000 Sq.8 47.9 2009 13 134 41 52 50 11 39 2008 58 1.000 Crude Death Rate.3 143.8 1. % 0 .9 71 320 67 Sources : World Development Indicators 2010 Human Development Report 2010 World Bank Report 2010 Central Bank of Sri Lanka Key Indicators for Asia and the Pacific 2010.5 3.5 92.7 22 71 7 32.4 4.3 0. of Korea 42.0 20.7 28. Density of Population [Persons per Sq.000 Live Births] Maternal Mortality Rate [per 100.5 21.5 2008 2. ADB .3 1.0 4.1 1.000 Live Births] Maternal Mortality Rate [per 100.0 25.000 Total Fertility Rate [Births per Woman] Infant Mortality Rate [per 1. % Crude Birth Rate.3 2.4 2008 5.3 1.0 1.5 22.000 Live Births] Expectation of Life at Birth.3 2.

a.2 40.6 50.9 n.8 19.6 28.654 444 2009 2. 32.9 24.587 2007 31.767 942 3. Investment and Savings.6 21.a.a.4 n.1 10.6 26.2 11. 9.2 55.a. 80.389 1.0 n.5 17.a. 81. % of GDP (a) Private Consumption Government Consumption Gross Capital Formation Domestic Savings National Savings 2007 67.6 27.197 Growth Rate of Real GDP.a.3 n.a.196 1.1 10.6 54.4 21.8 54.5 2007 15. 9.a.3 2009 3.3 2008 6.3 5.689 1.0 10.8 16.4 n.842 1.7 n. 31.2 19.283 2009 41.3 2009 64.5 20. 5.7 n.054 10.2 29.9 2009 17.7 33.0 15.a.2 n.6 -8.9 4.6 38.6 52. 29.6 37.017 3.974 n. October 2010 Department of Census and Statistics Central Bank of Sri Lanka .140 GDP Per Capita (a). 15. 33.a.a.3 17.4 n.2 42.9 26. 74.581 13.0 5.4 35.470 5.9 26.6 16.3 32.1 22.7 n.a.789 1.6 19. 28. 35.2 52.0 4. Year Sri Lanka Afganistan Bangladesh Bhutan India Maldives Nepal Gross National Product (GNP) (a) Mn US $ 1990 7.4 45.3 38.4 n.4 5.1 2. 28.4 35.a.6 n.6 n.4 26.6 2007 11.3 28.a.4 n. 30.0 n.7 n.8 2009 17.6 23.2 75. 10.4 37.0 -17.628 146 3.a.033 3.9 20.473 1.8 51.9 23.5 6.7 2008 27.7 2007 29.0 2008 70.219 1.4 n.a.5 19.6 16.5 2009 57.6 24.7 2007 6.8 Services 2006 58.4 11.a.744 11. n.0 20.7 2009 12. 32.640 1.206. 36.121 1.998 9.3 n.5 19.6 n.1 74.9 n.7 36. 52.3 Key Indicators for Asia and the Pacific 2010.1 (a) Estimates at current prices.a.9 16.3 19.8 n.2 12.5 32.7 n.6 2008 29.4 8.5 22.a. – Not available Sources : 162 Pakistan 41.5 76.9 2.a.8 2009 29.0 18.4 42.671 4.513 366 905 1.5 37.6 24.7 43.1 52.1 n. US$ 1990 473 n.2 98.2 -1.0 34. 51.557 166.9 n.a.3 21.4 38.7 55. 31.057 461 559 1.a.a.a.6 2008 17. 30. 57.8 52.6 28.0 30.2 54.a.5 80.5 5. 6.8 4.2 n.a.3 18.a.5 22.7 18.7 20.1 9.9 74.9 28. 79.9 54.1 n.9 8.2 2009 23.7 Sectoral Composition of GDP. 30.a.014 416 521 1.8 52.6 n.2 10.203 164.881 1.a.6 27.6 31.4 24.7 2007 23.709 84.5 34.a.3 2009 24.7 2007 28.100.343 13.4 6.a.0 97.4 31.Sri Lanka and Asia Indicator Table 14.7 n.242.4 n.9 2008 57.a.6 n. 9.6 Consumption. % (a) Agriculture 2006 11.659 73.1 22.a.130 143.a.0 11.3 n.0 19.932 4.a.8 5.5 n. 28.6 26.6 5.3 National Accounts Indicators : SAARC Countries Ref. 28.a. 9.017 2.3 52. 20.5 2008 13.9 -7. % 1990 6.056 377 2008 2.4 6.5 42.7 -3. US$ 2009 4.2 3.7 7.296 266 301.5 52.5 36.261 12.2 2008 16.893 471 GDP Per Capita ppp.8 24.8 2008 13.3 10.022 1.7 37.a.684 1.5 8.4 n.318 92. 5. 18.7 n.7 5. 6.8 49.986 1.5 39.5 9.4 20. ADB World Economic Outlook Database.3 16.4 5. 24.a.4 19.6 Industry 2006 30.4 8.7 2007 58.0 21.9 37.0 n.328 2008 39.617 352 464 1.9 39. 294 554 361 685 198 2007 1.3 n. 9.a.1 55. 12.763 870 1.793 2.9 2007 17.3 42.6 52.1 -0.

2 9.1 2009 4.4 29.5 9.6 31.4 32.0 14.9 54. ADB World Economic Outlook Database.2 30.791 49.950 2008 511.1 47.0 11.3 12.7 9.3 31.4 21.933 1.6 30.2 36.3 55.313 266.8 74.9 14.4 29.2 2007 6.7 2008 6.9 27.0 14.5 25.7 53. of Korea Singapore Gross National Product (GNP) (a) Mn US $ 1990 109.Sri Lanka and Asia Table 14.5 16.9 2.8 46.0 2008 48.3 32.4 15.0 2009 47.3 40.3 9.049.0 60.2 45.914 6.6 14.1 4.116 3.450 34. 30.6 67.124 181.6 45.1 45.8 2.3 15.0 2008 37.909 929.229 44.653 36.053 273.2 2007 39.4 36.2 29.5 30.2 2007 28.8 34. Investment and Savings.0 12.606 166.6 0.2 -2.2 31.0 2009 37.5 45.6 49.7 36.6 29.110 144.5 10.8 2. % (a) Agriculture 1990 19.239 166.7 11.4 15.721 16.6 44. – Not available 163 .1 55.9 0.043 1.0 7.742 4.9 2007 8.2 21.1 47.0 9.1 2008 14.7 48.4 2007 13.7 9.7 Consumption.5 44. % of GDP (a) Private Consumption Government Consumption Gross Capital Formation Domestic Savings National Savings 2007 63.7 0.224 7.2 36.294 163.4 37.9 2009 31.1 2009 15.9 0.702 800.7 26.6 2009 31.3 10.3 Services 1990 41.3 19.2 44.2 2.7 32.551 3.469 1.3 26.6 46.3 12.428 2007 1.3 31.9 21.144 12.2 43.3 54.1 20.8 14.3 50.136 38.7 2009 9.0 9.2 12.4 National Accounts Indicators : Selected East Asian Countries Indicator Ref.3 7.2 5.7 44.346 GDP Per Capita ppp.1 10. % 1990 9.4 55.4 54.0 Sources : Key Indicators for Asia and the Pacific 2010.5 43.1 42.4 42.384 2008 2.9 8. US$ 1990 609 2.4 12.0 0.5 -1.3 6.1 29.2 1.8 37.197 42.0 71.118 1.998 11.765 221.9 45.0 Industry 1990 39.5 26.6 54.4 30.2 34.1 53.536 27.9 73.908 2007 432.4 30.9 21.a. Thailand 84.5 31.256 246.072 263.8 36.939 2009 514. US$ 2009 4.2 4.6 15.6 3.4 60.7 0.433 Growth Rate of Real GDP.0 50.3 n.2 2008 27.973 7.6 11.5 54.2 9.0 (a) Estimates at current prices.350 158.1 42.5 10. Year Indonesia Malaysia Philippines Rep.9 53.8 2008 28.6 37.509 3.5 37.577 37.8 19.4 28.3 30.a.0 15.3 14.2 71.2 43.931 207.132 GDP Per Capita (a)(b).333 724 6.060 186.0 3.7 39.6 69.8 30.5 14.7 73.7 2008 8.7 2009 29.6 -2.2 60.8 2.5 2007 46.0 Sectoral Composition of GDP.3 2007 25.239 8.5 2007 24.624 21.149 13. October 2010 n.9 30.434 1.6 43.0 2008 60.845 19.0 42.4 13.972 2009 2.3 44.1 2009 58.0 2008 31.

55 n.0 14.9 1. Year Indonesia Malaysia Philippines Rep.7 0.956 2. Share of Agriculture in GDP.3 3.983 Per Capita.0 n.5 17.949 244 2.0 6.3 68. 0.a.8 64.941 3. % of Total Land Area Ref.7 68.5 Agricultural and Industrial Indicators : SAARC Countries Indicator Ref.0 15.a.177 n. 18. n. 276 n.a. 8.055 524 1.407 2.0 25. 2000 4.4 Permanent Crops.4 2.534 Kgoe .612 n. 270 65 122 n.a.654 2.a.01 20.6 26.2 0.302 2.4 24. Hectares 1990 0.9 1990 36.565 1. 226 141 14 223 Energy Consumption 2005 369 n.9 1990 64.3 11.0 14.0 0.2 35. ADB World Development Indicators 2010 Agricultural and Industrial Indicators : Selected East Asian Countries Indicator Agriculture Arable Land (Agricultural).a.0 18.a.7(d) 187.2 18. (Kgoe) (a) World Paddy Production : 628 M.3 0.2 0.373 4.7 2007 27.2 0. (d) 1996/97 = 100 Kgoe .Sri Lanka and Asia Table 14.a. 542 n.3 Cropped Land per Capita.5 2007 12.2 29.8 1.0 167.3 2005 29. % 2005 0.a.2 28.5 17. 315 70 122 n.7 n.2 n.1 0.592 n.7 0.2 3. % of Total Land Area Forest Area.0 63.6 21.1 16. 2. 2006 245 81 176 131 n.4 1. 2.7 18.a.5 10.3 0.8 28.a.a.1 0.5 3.6 21.8 2.206 n. % 1995 2007 19.1 23. 80 474 Per Capita. 32.0 1.0 28.2 13.a.514 Energy Consumption 1990 358 1.4 0.3 17.a.2 9.5 17.348 1.2 n.3 0.6 105.3 16.5 3.0 29.a.7 24.9 1.1 1995 24.5 0.a. % of Cropped Land 1990 6.5 0.0 0. kg. % of Total Land Area Forest Area.2 5.027 153 n. 163 52 Industry 15. 2005 0.0 n.0 19. 1.a.a.3 17.3 0.4 27. Hectares 1990 0.8 31.a.5 Permanent Crops.a. 44 n. % 2000 8.1 33. % 1990 20.6 2007 15.a.1 n.4 124.0 13.a.a. Yield of Paddy Production 1990 4.a. % 2009 12.315 per Hectare. 104.a.6 n.Kilogram of Oil Equipment (b) 1988/89 = 100 (c) 1993/94 (e) 1999/2000 = 100 Sources : Key Indicators for Asia and the Pacific 2010. 5.6(c) 148. per Hectare.0 33.6 Thailand 1990 11. (Kgoe) 2000 451 1.7 11.3 6. 16.1 35.7 0.2 0.7 n.a. % of Total Land Area 1990 13.a.6 1.0 26.426 2.5 0.0 2006 n.1 7.1(c) 708 2. Per Capita Paddy Production.8 1.7 3.1 0. kg.3 2. 0. 22.a. kg.4 19. 173 50 Per Capita Paddy Production. % 2008 14. ADB World Development Indicators 2010 . 17 961 612 426 78 398 Per Capita.2 24.a.a.1 0.3 9.7 3. of Korea Singapore Table 14.a.8 54.3 16.051 280 1.008 n.0 22.2 0.002 Sources : Key Indicators for Asia and the Pacific 2009.945 4.979 6.3 14.5(d) Electricity Consumption 1990 162 1.5 2.7 0.1 Yield of Paddy Production 1990 3.0 Index of Manufacturing 2006 116.2 2. 2.6 Index of Agricultural Production (1999-2001 = 100) 2005 106 n.a.667 586 8. 2000 245 91 163 154 n.178 376 2.667 3.a.3 Share of Agriculture in GDP.1 n.1 n.8(c) n.5(b) 306.1(e) Index of Manufacturing Electricity Consumption 1990 153 n.4 6.1 1.7 3.0 28.769 2. 162.149 6.4 13.2 2.6 19.9 0. Year Sri Lanka Afganistan Bangladesh Bhutan India Maldives Nepal Pakistan Agriculture Arable Land (Agricultural). Industry Share of Manufacturing in GDP. 2000 2006 168 n.5 0.a. kg.4 2005 48.6 24.a.8 27.0 19.8 13. 110 102 123 92 113 113 Paddy Production / World Paddy Production (a).502 8.064 n.2(b) 134.5 114.9 12.6 16.7 n.4 6.0 22.329 426 449 27.1 61.5 2007 8. Index of Agricultural Production (1999-2001 = 100) 2005 123 126.a.0 n.0 25. Kwh 1990 90 n.3 53. 144 n. 3.9 2.6 11. (b) 2000 = 100 (c) 1978 = 100 (d) 2003 = 100 164 34.a.0 n.1 2008 12. Kwh 2007 566 3.4 2.1 70.1 0.a.2 0.6 17.0 n.a.8 63. % of Cropped Land 1990 15.5 16.Kilogram of Oil Equipment (a) World Paddy Production : 628 M.1 Share of Manufacturing in GDP.8 1.2 2005 0.1 31.3 0.a.7 20.6 2007 14.1 5. 2009 15.4 0. 31.T.1(b) 139.075 6.a. 327(b) n.5 64.600 3.5 28.8 3. 2000 3.1 95.260 Per Capita.2 Paddy Production / World Paddy Production (a).5 3.0 Cropped Land per Capita.T.1 n. 35 217 2007 417 n.

0 1.2 6.2010 World Economic Outlook .9 1.8 0.6 6.7 2.0 5.3 2.2 9.6 3. (b) New Colombo Consumer Price Index (2002=100) was used from 2004.5 1.6 -0.5 0.Oct.3 Sources : Key Indicators for Asia and the Pacific .3 7.9 2.3 1.3 4.4 2.6 6.2 5.1 7.8 6.2 0.8 4.2 -0.5 4.Sri Lanka and Asia Country Table 14.1 2.1 5.0 2.4 6.5 3.IMF .1 3.5 9.6 6.1 3.8 10.6 12.4 2.8 5.2 3.3 1.7 Inflation(a) : Sri Lanka and Selected Countries 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 Percentage 2007 2008 2009 SAARC Countries Sri Lanka (b) 9.5 2.7 2.5 4.6 6.1 1.2 6.4 2.2 9.0 2.5 4.0 11.0 4.9 2.0 3.1 3.8 1.8 6.1 4.5 13.4 0.3 2.7 3.7 6.4 6. 2010 Department of Census and Statistics Central Bank of Sri Lanka 165 .2 20.6 3.9 13.0 7.0 10.9 2.6 3.8 East Asian Countries (Selected) Indonesia Malaysia Philippines Republic of Korea Singapore Thailand 11.9 Industrial Countries (Selected) Japan United Kingdom United States -0.3 3.8 0.6 3.0 13.1 13.9 8.5 5.4 9.1 4.4 6.0 7.3 4.3 8.5 3.3 0.2 2.7 4.1 5.4 7.6 -0.0 15.4 3.7 12.9 1.3 7.3 4.0 12.3 9.6 8.1 3.8 2.4 0.0 7.3 5.7 2.8 -2.3 2.0 3.0 -9.8 33.0 6.4 7.8 22.2 2.0 2.5 24.6 1.7 (a) Percentage change of annual average Consumer Price Index.8 -0.6 6.3 2.8 -1.0 4.2 2. -0.2 1.4 Afghanistan Bangladesh Bhutan India Maldives Nepal Pakistan 5.5 4.8 0.3 0.8 2.8 1.

419 240 n. 14 5.8 331 (4.181 (8.a. 9 6.69 0.886 -192 1621 8 -26.878 -13.337 8.737 49.7) (-50.512 n.200 23.492 (7.88 41.057 492 2009 -3. 265.8) (-30.a.7) (a) Exports less imports (b) Total debt service includes principal and interest payments on long term debt.2) 545 (20. % (b) 2008 11.04 0.a.1) (19.2 4 Exchange Rate for US $ (c) 2007 110.2) 850 (-5. 230.1 2009 7. interest payments on short term debt.981 -2475 -7.107 (3.183 699 266.12 0.a. Mn.a.068 290 2009 499 115 136 n.6) (14. 2007 -3. US $ 2008 -5. US $ 2008 -3.689 (17. 745 473 31 2007 11. 0.a.6) (-26.219 n.24 0.0 n.642 3.41 81.1) 12. US $ Imports.842 1.04 48.7 60. Mn.254 21.5) 2008 3.80 66.182 261 n.22 2009 0.8 n.611 987 3. Gold.148 -1.989 1.31 12.18 0.388 (26. US $ 2007 565 123 123 686 202 3.41 12.994 194 -86.767 -804 -2. 5. US $ 2008 2.1) 21629 (25.0) 2009 10.Sri Lanka and Asia Table 14.18 2008 0.119 11 2008 693 121 158 800 266 1.51 43.803 Current A/c Balance.6) 158.52 -13.23 69.483 -41 -111.15 0.a.085 403 15.5) Exports. Year 14.551 14. (c) Units of domestic currency (annual average) per US dollar.77 Sources : International Financial Statistics.58 0. US $ Exports Per Capita.37 0.285 -438 -49 Mn.211 (19.25 0. -99. Mn.670 (-27.924 (29.602 2008 15.62 49.149 -6.51 12.2) 894 (8.619 (25.3) (15. 3.a.6) Nepal Pakistan 114 95 105 30. 4.63 0.0) 14.a.72 1.6 5 Exports Ratio.6) 519 (-22. Mn. 172.63 1.33 50.9 8.68 0.7 n.194 11. – Not available Note : Annual change (%) is given within parenthesis.616 n.318 40.064 -16.60 43.402 83 814 99 -11.096 2. External Debt.a. and IMF repurchases and charges.9 n.41 48.a.020 (-0.1) (9.4) Imports Per Capita. 1.351 (-6.204 480 244.25 3.859 775 204.933 -6.111 (6.94 50.491 -390 552 Total Reserves Minus 2007 3.9) 2008 8. IMF Key Indicators for Asia and the Pacific 2010.55 33.385 -16.0) 674 (62. 2009 4.223 -868 -2.7) 228 (1.689 764 247.685 External Debt Service / 2007 10.107 2.80 77.80 69.044 7.25 68.42 2008 108.429 n.640 (11.17 0.918 n.96 68.a.7) 3.932 (10. 10.0) Maldives 1. n.515 n.621 -651 -385 2009 -214 -125 1980 -46 -27.a.a.69 0.296 3.69 n.0) 17.336 22. 272.568 -4. Yearbook 2010.a.a.202 (-2.0) 454 (9.9) 193.563 n.24 Balance of Trade (a). 2007 -1.56 0.3) (32.992 576 3.022 17.7) 17.52 0.3) (22.038 Mn.111 (15. US $ Ref.7) – (-13.4) 204 257 204 0.a.556 163 867 (-12.988 308 n.5) 35.7) 315.0) (18. 5.9) – (-10.974 21.76 2009 114.5) (3.74 70.8 External Trade and Finance Indicators : SAARC Countries Indicator Sri Lanka Afganistan Bangladesh Bhutan India 2007 7.122 -2.1) 2007 382 19 89 857 140 772 35 2008 403 22 99 829 138 255 64 2009 346 14 94 n. 166 560 (16.6) (10.176 2.656 -2.0) 17.644 n.a. ADB Central Bank of Sri Lanka .803 131 Export / Import Ratio 2007 0.091 (24.7) (2.323 967 3.35 41.2) (10.207 3. US $ 2007 13.a.735 -8.

681 33.46 44.0) Thailand 318.9 2. US $ 2008 49.a.3) 2008 137.597 91.144 174. of Korea 175. 62.15 12.149 33.14 Export / Import Ratio 2008 1. US $ (21.850 401.533 -13.803 External Debt.4 4.938 Current A/c Balance. n.473 146.6) 336. Yearbook 2010.294 85. interest payments on short term debt.776 42.2) 525 6.432 33.563 95. External Debt Service / 2007 16. Year Indonesia Malaysia 2007 114.834 5.30 1. US $ 2008 7.7 34.495 28. Mn.567 65.670 7.142 Imports Per Capita.a.530 14.5) (7.118 2009 418 3.534 268.347 672 8.899 (13.4) 371.638 4.68 1.102.405 45.999 (18.279 (9.1) (-21.209 Mn. (c) Units of domestic currency (annual average) per US dollar. Mn.27 0.910 377.957 Gold.979 20.10 1.6) Singapore Table 14.1) 2008 129.52 33.390. and IMF repurchases and charges.442 40.1) 2.611 2007 74.494 (-14.7) (-13.418 (7.150 162.466 (6. Mn.830 Exports Per Capita.06 1. Exchange Rate for US $ (c) 2007 9.00 1.683 69.933 187.366 (7.580 -7.0) 174.a.049 -178 1.20 1.5) 156.84 1.41 2009 10.472 56.44 46.79 0.435 363.0) (-21.483 61.406 26.2010 . 2007 10.7) 175.1) 49.a.876 39.1) (-21.007 (13.5) (-25.244 (73.182 64.638 61.542 14.15 929.00 3.5 n.97 1.260 Balance of Trade (a).8) (-23.510 156.183 269.193 201.280 2.996 356.952 (-25. n.485 557 7.2) (15.003 (10. Exports Ratio.746 -7.13 1.32 1.87 1. US $ 2007 2008 610 6915 542 8.534 27. – Not available Note : Annual change (%) is given within parenthesis.077 (-2.571 2007 1.877 323. US $ 2007 2008 508 5.113 650 7.90 1.814 65.10 2007 39.577 497 6.2) 198.070 26.276.846 262.3) (10.795 65.5) 50.193 2009 63.968 (12. IMF Key Indicators for Asia and the Pacific 2010.793 (9.341 -13.119 5.268 18.244 138.001 2009 503 4550 417 7.a.20 0.31 34.900 (15.3) (a) Exports less imports (b) Total debt service includes principal and interest payments on long term debt.06 2009 1.a.100 (13.00 3.3 4.699.661 135.0 n.53 1.985 38.641 51.227 6.983 2009 4.990 (26.085 244.09 1.208 55.04 1.8 15.1) (-26.1) 150.922 n.00 3.211 262.976 101.51 2008 9.829 123.632 1.0 13.141.684 (21.2) 167 435.9) 2009 116.52 47. 2008 150.104 2. US $ 2007 142.953 1.Sri Lanka and Asia External Trade and Finance Indicators : Selected East Asian Countries Indicator Philippines Rep. US $ Ref.944 n.a.449 23.962 (-25.27 0.29 Sources : International Financial Statistics.489 (14.5) 2009 96. Mn.8) 422. Mn. n.46 130.284 2009 19.221 108.743 Imports. ADB World Economic Indicators .643 36.275 (22.9) (11.1) 378 5.2 7.2) 150.038 (15.720 48 19.0) Exports.627 29. % (b) 2008 14.1) 299.047 57.020 (20.851 66.798 8.9) (-20.738 64.019 30.501 Total Reserves Minus 2007 54.522 2. US $ 2008 279 39.

8 59. 2009 3.697 335 n.6 n.68 n.8 76.082 2009 2.29 8. 45.022 2009 2.712 2007 10. 1.388 340 1.341 41.6 33.a.6 64.a. (c) Ratio of GNP to Money.604 n.79 23.3 34.952 2008 11.4 21.39 15.a. 2.a.6 16.a.a.599 18.1 2009 8.7 64. (b) Ratio of Money to Reserve Money.9 n.78 58.2 n.1 n.923 2009 13. ADB (a) Percentage change of amounts in domestic currency.9 of Broad Money 2008 3.065 10.0 2. 38.a.401 30.0 n. n.354 404 276.941 9.9 3.3 n.5 n.798 72.a.6 Sources : International Financial Statistics. 2.8 10.902 2007 1.2 23. 10.2 2. 2009 5.a.5 -5.0 3.436 4.1 n.a.a.253 50.4 n.426 16.2 2008 6.8 56.5 72. 10.a.1 17.1 n. 3.1 n.4 n. 5.7 n. n.3 Broad Money 2007 14.a.589 2009 14.a.379 7.969 963 7.6 1. 3.779 652 967.1 9.595 1.a.645 n.8 16. 1. n.a.0 9. 2.967 45.8 89.a.416 2009 5.a. 582 2.084 4. n. 11.474 64.a.7 49.4 n.103.9 23.748 68.a.1 3. n. 2009 33.6 12. 2.3 1.6 14.6 n.a.943 10.87 47.5 77.7 -10. n.554 55.a.0 2.a.a.655 3.8 2008 16.667 2007 32.2 1.0 -0.4 6.5 1.3 18.a.a.a.544 2007 2. US $ 2. n.74 19. 48.306 4.2 70.8 1.a.a.a. Mn.9 18.0 9.4 n. n.6 n.a.32 54.0 1.6 34.7 2008 7.a. US $ Table 14.6 2.908 2008 2.9 22.10 Ref. 2009 15.8 2007 3.2 1.444 487 1.7 24.5 4.0 n.6 22.451 2.6 -9.3 63.2 1.3 3.1 Narrow Money.0 5. 2.Sri Lanka and Asia Monetary and Fiscal Indicators : SAARC Countries Indicator Reserve Money.a.851 837 273.653 n.a.39 7.3 1.4 1.879 n.704 290 181. Year Sri Lanka Afganistan Bangladesh Bhutan India Maldives Nepal Pakistan 2007 1.68 67.305 19.656 7. 5. 2009 1.577 2. 8.627 402 41.187 n. 425 2.1 15. 1.0 1. Mn. Mn.a.656 393 1.2 4.907 47.3 n.6 -6.0 17.9 n.a.3 17.6 33.2 79.1 n.3 4.5 2008 0.1 28. – Not available 168 .3 35. 481 2.835 2008 1. 22.5 n.2 23. n.a.8 29. US $ Broad Money.a.1 n.2 2007 13.80 2009 19.4 8.8 2. US $ % of GDP Composition of Broad Money (%) Currency Demand Deposits Quasi-Money % Change of Money (a) Narrow Money Net Foreign Assets Domestic Credit Net Other Items Money Multiplier (b) for Narrow Money for Broad Money Income Velocity of Money (c) 2009 3.4 1. 1.335 320 195. 10.a.905 779 5. 10.1 2009 18.962 2009 16. 1. 5.7 1. 24.0 -13.7 4. 1.5 30.2 45.8 54.a. n.3 4. Mn.6 42.5 4.1 n.19 15.0 1.407 489 965.76 9.5 73.87 n.4 1.2 4. n.333 2.0 27. Year Book 2010 Key Indicators for Asia and the Pacific 2010.21 n.5 15.0 2008 1. 475 2.1 28. 43.a.1 40. % of GDP of Narrow Money Revenue Total Expenditure Budget Surplus (+) / Deficit (-) 2009 2009 2009 14.8 n. n. n.1 2007 6.a. 1.a.a.a.a.1 9. 2.a.2 n.41 26.4 2008 29.0 67.6 Causal Factors in Broad Money.3 2.88 2009 81.0 44.2 n.0 -25.7 41.7 24.4 -7. 2.1 54.a.145 105 2.a.3 -2.351 659 5.9 n.2 Fiscal Operation Indicators. 45.3 4.91 2007 1.a.75 56.a.1 15.a.580 1.3 n.149 56. 11.a.6 21.763 6.1 n.582 344 1.4 29.a.3 n.297 7.7 18.a.1 n.452 2.390 361 n.

n.9 19.a.a.6 121.546 119.136 265.6 9.7 5. Year Book 2010 Key Indicators for Asia and the Pacific 2010.3 23.a.a.7 2008 12.3 11.4 3. 2007 1.988 1.8 of Broad Money 2008 3.028 n.2 8.a. % of GDP of Narrow Money Revenue Total Expenditure Budget Surplus (+) / Deficit (-) 2009 2009 2009 15.a.4 2008 33.9 0.084 29. (b) Ratio of Money to Reserve Money.a.601 2009 54.2 55. 13.4 4. n. n.107 210. 23.000 n.a. Fiscal Operation Indicators.1 2008 n. ADB (a) Percentage change of amounts in domestic currency.a.5 17.382 414.504 52.a. n.a.6 4.464 42.7 0.0 2009 28.a.466 98. (c) Ratio of GNP to Money.3 n.0 104.a.801 17. Causal Factors in Broad Money.4 3.a.6 50.3 0.2 46.a.3 2009 31. Broad Money 2007 19.049 n.a. n.3 122.7 -4. n.425 2009 212.a. n.664 66.0 0. Thailand 26.4 n.4 29.8 13.a.a. 2.6 22.438 2008 173.7 3.3 -7.4 23.7 12.0 2009 10.942 300.000 18.a.9 3.a.1 n.0 2008 15. n.8 -2.a. 16.1 145.1 n.6 20.835 35. n.6 14.5 2008 n.820 30.a.0 13. n.2 2. n. of Korea Singapore 2007 47. n.8 0. Year Net Foreign Assets Domestic Credit Net Other Items Money Multiplier (b) for Narrow Money for Broad Money Income Velocity of Money (c) 2009 70. 2007 179.2 7. Mn.5 15.5 14.664 2009 227.225 n.7 14.904 2007 50.a. n.a.748 n.5 n.a.5 141.8 2009 2.619 2008 n.8 16. 29.a. 2009 n.5 3.599 103.a.a.a.699 211. US $ Narrow Money Ref.a.889 22.713 2009 n.4 140. Mn.7 8.4 17.a.3 12.a.a. n.818 51.4 24.3 117.425 2008 42.548.5 17. n.3 2009 38.7 136.913 78.a.a. n. 2007 6.575 25.2 n. n. US $ % of GDP Composition of Broad Money (%) Currency Demand Deposits Quasi-Money % Change of Money (a) Indonesia Malaysia Philippines Rep.7 n. n. n.a. US $ Narrow Money.3 0.a.a.4 -3.058 1.2 n.0 14.a.8 28.586 52. 9.a.1 n.252 240. 8.4 n. n.351 2007 1. n. n.a. n.a.a.6 2008 3.4 n.3 30.0 4.6 0.0 0. n.8 11.6 3.1 18. n. 25.129 19. n.7 n.8 27.a.849 76.7 1. 2009 75.506 197.1 2.a. n.a. 17.9 45.a.8 13.1 18.a.5 2009 9.547 262.875 58.2 0.2 9.a.a.11 Monetary and Fiscal Indicators : Selected East Asian Countries Indicator Reserve Money.2 7.370.9 18. n.7 n.185 340.659 85.0 15.807 290.620 172.1 2. US $ Broad Money.8 119.121 272. n.Sri Lanka and Asia Table 14.9 24. Mn. – Not available 169 .5 17.5 2.404 49.9 n.214 118.9 79.a.947 285. 2009 13.8 2.056 1. Mn. 2009 n.6 147.8 127.114 318.0 1.6 1.6 18.508 2009 54.106 231.5 -1.a.a. 2007 41.1 88.723 231.0 3.132.a. n. 3. 2007 27.8 2.6 18. 2007 3. 19.491 1.a.591 52.949 18. n.5 124.1 Sources : International Financial Statistics.

2. Year Sri Lanka Afganistan Bangladesh Bhutan India Maldives Nepal Pakistan Human Development Index (a) (Max.3 81.0 n.7 48.1 70. 28.a. 4 n.a.034 672 992 Thailand n.8 89.877 2009 50.000 . n.5 61.6 46.602 0.0 65. 50 2003 2.1 12.: 0.469 n.a 97.2 56.479 697 (a) A composite index of life expectancy. Grams Daily Per Capita Calorie Supply.a.320 Key Indicators for Asia and the Pacific 2010 World Development Indicators 2010 Human Development Report 2010 Department of Census and Statistics 1999-2007 95. Note : If estimates for the reference year available.6 54.a.5 58.7 39.a.a.8(b) 85. Grams Daily Per Capita Calorie Supply.226 Sources : Key Indicators for Asia and the Pacific 2010 World Development Indicators 2010 Human Development Report 2010 .104 3 60 n.9 54.390 n.0 97.744 0.600 0. 49 n.658 n.490 1.400 303 300 15 n. 361 1. Min.8 6 18 5 1 7 12 75. 170 59 5 9 n.880 2.5 33.030 Television Sets per 1.7 2007 2004 n. % Male Female 2010 Population below the Poverty Line.1 84.a.a.000 Persons (Main Lines) Telephones per 1.a.a.0 38.8 3 0.6 27.a. 0.6 32 22 n.0 70. 2009 148 157 45 399 391 50 Table 14.6 2008 64 150 39 158 Social Indicators : Selected East Asian Countries Indicator 8 6 8 2009 697 426 311 469 438 1.000 people Daily Per Capita Protein Supply. Min.6 67.638 0.a.890 2.000 . 2.000 population Malaysia Philippines Rep.a.000) Literacy Rate.a.2 94.a. (b) 2009 n.490 3. n.106 (a) A composite index of life expectancy.1 15.9 n. 71 215 n.3 88.: 0. Sources : n.000 Persons Radios per 1.7 76.a 91.6 58. n.3 65.: 1.000) 2010 0.4 71.a.000 Persons Telephones per 1. % Male Female 1999-2007 92. 2 31 n. % Male (15 Years and over) Female Population below the Poverty Line. Kilo Calories 2003 67 82 60 101 2003 2.5 36. 120 117 n.9 92.a.a.000 Persons (Mobile Phones) 2009 82.5 Literacy Rate.7 76.a.a.428 Labour Force Participation Rate. n.6 2008 66.6 93. education and income. 30.7 n.000 Persons 2004 153 210 182 458 Daily News Papers per 1.654 95.a.2 80. 235 104 1. 9 2 26 2007 2004 Telephones per 1.Sri Lanka and Asia Table 14.5 4.000 people Daily Per Capita Protein Supply.519 0.12 Social Indicators : SAARC Countries Indicator Ref.a. education and income.a. – Not available n.a.0 n.3 2.430 Television Sets per 1.7 8.a.6 38 22 2009 693 1.7 13. 2003 56 n.a.000 Persons Telephones per 1.13 Indonesia 86.% 2000-2008 2009/10 Physicians per 100.600 2.848 86 81. 50 n. Kilo Calories 2009 2009 40.9 65.a.8(b) 32.000 Persons (Mobile Phones) 6 42. Year Human Development Index (a) (Max. n.200 n.0 17 Hospital Beds per 10.% 1990-2004 Physicians per 100.a.a.000 Persons Radios per 1. n. Ref.a. n.a. 6 17 9 n.000 population Hospital Beds per 10.3 43.000 Persons 22.470 2.a. n.a.7 89.: 1. 63 109 65 Daily News Papers per 1. 0.7 21.a. of Korea 0.9 54. data refer to most recent year.2 93. % Male (15 Years and over) Female Labour Force. 83 38 31 n.9 86.6 n.9 0.1 n. 2.a.a.5 38.5 97.1 43. n. – Not available 170 810 105 570 0. 159 109 420 79 161 Singapore 0.6 85.3 60.000 Persons (Main Lines) 2009 2004 26 n.

2011 171 .2011 : SAARC Countries Sri Lanka Indicator Overall Rank 102 Starting a business Table 14.2011 : Selected East Asian Countries Indicator Indonesia Overall Rank 121 Starting a business Dealing with construction permits Registering property Getting credit Protecting investors Paying taxes Trading across boarders Malaysia Philippines Rep.15 Doing Business Ranking .Sri Lanka and Asia Doing Business Ranking . of Korea Singapore Thailand 21 148 16 1 19 155 113 156 60 4 95 60 108 156 22 2 12 98 60 102 74 15 19 116 1 128 15 6 72 44 4 132 74 2 12 130 23 124 49 4 91 47 37 61 8 1 12 Enforcing contracts 154 59 118 5 13 25 Closing a business 142 55 153 13 2 46 Source : Doing Business Ranking .2011 Table 14.14 Afganistan Bangladesh 167 107 Bhutan India Maldives 142 134 85 Nepal Pakistan 116 83 34 25 79 84 165 50 96 85 Dealing with construction permits 169 149 116 123 177 9 130 98 Registering property 155 170 172 48 94 147 25 126 72 128 72 176 32 152 89 65 Getting credit Protecting investors Paying taxes Trading across boarders 74 183 20 132 44 74 74 28 166 53 93 94 164 1 123 145 72 183 112 161 100 138 164 81 Enforcing contracts 137 162 179 33 182 92 123 155 Closing a business 43 183 101 183 134 125 107 67 Source : Doing Business Ranking .

8 146.7 1.262. n. Exports and Imports 2001 – 2009 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 296.0 0.2 97.4 1.2 0.501.2 75.6 1.8 Total Total World Exports (Mt ’000) 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 Other South America 29.2 0.8 0.4 5.086.7 0.3 49.6 2. Total Oceania 5.4 1.119. n.140.7 4.6 7.9 1.6 19.5 50.6 318.5 0.4 1.8 1.6 135. n.4 3.9 0.1 323.2 1.1 1.7 3.8 42.3 4.8 149.1 1.9 19.3 0.6 Total Asia 2.436.4 Total South America n.6 188.3 52.028.5 Total Africa 466.8 1.6 3.457.a.a.1 0.7 29.6 980.7 1.8 30. n.3 0.2 12.3 49.7 19. n.a.0 41.0 Total Asia 65.6 6.a.0 164.0 2.4 5.0 172 31.6 188.3 1.646.0 32.9 1.936.9 74.2 520.4 n.0 65.8 1.0 2.9 3.1 32.4 137.207.8 1.9 166.864.9 18.5 Total CIS / USSR 8.5 100.5 1.8 701.2 2.0 143.4 3.620.0 986.3 28. n.8 137.9 62.738.9 8.0 156.9 0.0 5.5 477.4 2.6 4.3 310.6 1.8 56.579.8 29.6 45.3 6.2 0.a.7 63.8 3.a.4 8.3 0.7 18.7 18.0 4.8 41.5 18.0 2.1 345.1 12.713.6 2.0 23.3 3.2 19.0 243.5 2.6 979.3 41.6 18.9 310.a.2 52.1 0.2 0.5 2.9 17.4 6.3 18.4 53.1 2.8 60.8 7.845.9 8.302.0 1.6 Total Asia Kenya Malawi 7.391.0 18.8 1.6 0.5 4.8 0.7 127.7 0. n.8 7.6 835.9 Total CIS / USSR 41. n.0 0.4 0.6 50.1 0.2 188.6 142.8 131.8 488.a.5 4.2 1.2 18.2 7.a.5 188.2 2.4 6.3 1.5 n.2 293.8 1.8 287.0 1.0 4.4 1.3 18.6 0.2 1.351.5 162.0 0.0 1.7 2.3 53.0 1.0 7.World Tables Country Production (Mn. n.7 65.358.5 18.a.6 314.6 521.1 0.9 4. 17.2 0. 213.0 n.3 1.7 4.155. n.058.9 82.9 18. 97.7 141.9 12.4 11.0 51.4 8.9 1.4 3.9 2.2 19.741.4 555.0 41.1 0.2 1.9 2.1 0. n.3 0. 45.a.3 8.6 21.2 188.3 0.4 ( Contd.9 3.9 1.141.0 188.4 54.7 1.6 31.6 36.0 578.a.8 58.8 20.653.0 2.2 1.a.0 21.a.257.a.0 4.2 54.2 58.5 2.531.4 6.5 4.7 18.7 324.a.8 63.0 0.431.9 3.5 151.7 0.3 18.2 62.4 0.9 17.4 294. 8.5 n.1 3.2 1.6 3.1 981.9 17.0 0.578.6 934.406.3 18.2 0.9 4.1 169. n.1 89.1 138.8 55.5 1.2 0.9 0.719.7 853.3 0.4 75.1 0.0 2.3 1.1 13.2 12.9 19.217.4 0. 124.0 0.0 253.7 1.4 510.6 0.8 945.7 18.2 1.3 1.6 0.566.0 18.9 0.6 562.6 9.5 0.a.6 745.244.0 515.8 130.1 Total Oceania Total World Land Area (’000 ha.8 519.) Sri Lanka Bangladesh China India Indonesia World Tea Production – Land Area.4 0.8 0.1 18.8 0.795.613.3 0.4 Total Africa n.2 4.7 n.7 0.9 53.3 0.1 58.7 515.7 8.1 369.1 Total South America 59.7 41.7 2. n.574.1 Kenya Malawi Ruwanda Tanzaniya Uganda Zimbabwe Other Africa Total Africa Argentina Total Others 0.1 5.8 1.5 0.7 1.7 147.4 3.0 250. Total World Percentage Share of   World Tea Exports 2.7 136.3 308.5 188.2 893.0 189.) .3 0.316.6 133.0 0.a.3 2.1 9.a.2 6.334.0 Kenya Malawi Table 15.3 52.5 n.2 6.982.9 45.0 136.1 317.a.5 1.8 2.134.8 12.0 243.0 0.6 45.397.2 1.0 0. n.8 2.6 157.6 12.1 4.0 n.1 878.a Sri Lanka Bangladesh China India Indonesia Taiwan Turkey Vietnam Other Asia 20.9 n.) Sri Lanka Bangladesh China India Indonesia 3.2 18.305.7 8.8 1.0 1.a.5 13.6 76.3 1.a.559.0 4.2 3.6 48.6 567.7 289.500.9 1.3 1.8 64.4 2.0 0.0 2.2 310.8 1.0 151.a.3 1.kgs.3 6.0 2.5 3.5 19.3 8.379.0 45.0 1.3 768. 127.4 838.2 505.6 303. 8.8 304.a.0 21.5 2.2 2.7 7.6 158.2 1.5 578.4 188.0 45.645.5 482.9 8.8 0.6 62.3 0.1 39.7 0.3 22.0 n.1 0.579.865.1 5.5 37.6 462.

0 17.8 48.7 Iran 42.2 135.6 18.7 15.2010.0 19.6 1.5 442.5 30.5 69.0 34.4 451.9 71.0 82.0 Libya Morocco 37.5 12.6 77.5 41.1 World Tea Production – Land Area.2 n.7 166./USSR 136.4 515.3 27.3 South Africa Sudan 15.8 3.5 5.7 1.1 14.4 15. – Not available 2009 13.487.0 5.8 1347.0 14.1 101.6 109.8 401.8 128.5 24.7 126.4 175.0 4.8 19.2 10.7 84.0 Jordan 12.7 50.0 3.4 21.4 18.4 40.5 Major Producing  Countries 101.1 15.7 430.1 492.0 27.2 232.0 58.1 14.5 Asia Afghanistan 31.4 7.8 Sub Total North America and Carribean Canada 18.6 29.5 48.0 1.3 24.2 173.9 Other Europe 33.1 35.2 USA 96.) Europe 13.1 31.0 61.6 Sub Total 19.2 Sub Total Oceania Australia 14.2 38.0 14.7 175.3 120.8 424.5 53.7 162.4 23.3 116.2 11.8 73.1 12.2 478.7 20.0 13.1 50.9 69.2 28.5 1.5 9.8 Germany 10.8 476.6 274.8 44.5 497.8 18.7 113.8 8.372.8 50.1 61.0 107.513.0 44.332.7 43.7 19.4 40.9 26.7 1.6 18.6 133.5 94.2 306.7 50.7 26.2 18.7 13.1 273.9 18.3 18.3 57.2 174.4 17.3 117.7 272.a.1 19.5 421.0 34.8 Yeman 10.3 13.1 Source : Annual Statistic Bulletin .9 13.0 10.1 Sub Total 18.5 9.0 166.6 119.2 14.5 475.9 251.4 5.3 126.1 Saudi Arabia 15.0 43.6 29.0 5.8 30.) Country 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 World Tea Imports for  Consumption (’000 kgs.9 19.5 125.2 14.1 10.9 54.5 14. Exports and Imports 2001 – 2009 (Contd.2 14.2 17.2 119.4 0.3 Total Imports 1.1 107.0 20.3 Other Asian   Countries 54.3 54 5.0 58.0 67.4 52.1 19.3 11.0 40.2 10.1 France 20.2 15.5 90.6 165.6 13.0 21.2 120.8 81.0 1.3 Dubai 29.6 10.5 14.0 14.4 14.9 8.3 128.0 60.2 18.7 89.5 3.6 5.8 5.6 116.2 11.5 7.3 16.4 53. 39.8 118.0 123.3 106.8 51.0 119.4 279.9 Ireland (Republic) 58.5 9.5 1.a.0 21.5 1.2 128.3 12.0 30.1 13.8 n.5 43.3 Other CIS 37.5 78.9 Other Oceanian   Countries 4.4 43.7 10.0 48.5 23.0 139. International Tea Committee 173 .4 99.0 17.2 58.0 49.0 27.0 9.4 3.1 31.5 30.6 52.2 484.8 97.3 18.6 9.1 Africa Egypt 56.0 41.6 19.0 39.6 136.7 Other Countries 1.8 32.8 106.6 128.5 28.1 23.0 37.5 17.5 100.0 Russian Fed.4 1.3 11.9 19.2 13.7 12.5 23.1 4.2 31.8 13.3 14.7 23.2 57.4 46.4 116.5 16.8 85.0 30.5 18.1 82.2 129.World Tables Table 15.5 10.4 40.4 64.0 246.2 7.9 102.0 Poland 153.9 105.0 20.2 13.0 11.5 22.5 13.6 18.0 61.7 Other African   Countries 70.9 45.469.1 28.9 15.427.9 87.1 84.492.9 9.1 17.7 55.8 4.6 225.6 56.1 1.3 43.2 99.5 13.4 19.2 62.0 18.3 3.0 11.6 13.6 Iraq 62.4 10.0 72.0 56.9 49.3 -248.9 1.5 Pakistan 106.465.8 88.0 21.0 32.7 1.4 Other Countries 3.1 31.1 48.3 59.4 Tunisia 12.6 22.1 19.5 15.6 21.6 14.3 15.3 9.7 1.0 13.5 9.4 78.8 73.8 United Kingdom 452.0 18.8 16.2 15.7 1.7 Sub Total 116.8 18.6 Latin America Chile 15.7 110.4 413.0 82.8 43.2 19.7 472.7 93.2 12.4 Sub Total 388.6 13.6 83.0 13.4 131.4 Syria 24.

8 -2.7 6.9 0.4 5.2 3.2 5.7 3.8 13.6 7.5 3.8 5.2 5.8 3.5 5.0 3.9 -4.5 -0.7 n.8 0.5 2.6 5.0 5.3 1.1 5.9 8.5 6.5 0.9 4.1 1.5 1.7 0.6 1.6 0.1 5.8 2.3 -6.4 7.7 0.6 5.5 9.6 6.6 5.2 2.7 3.0 2.9 6.3 4.3 -1.0 – 7.4 1.5 -2.7 2.5 0.8 6.0 5.0 5.7 2.5 4.7 0.2 3.9 4.3 8.9 9.1 4.1 5.1 5.8 2.9 2.1 1.0 7.3 -6.9 2.5 -11.6 7.7 8.9 -0.1 3.a 9.2 2.7 5.8 7.5 4.3 -15.0 5.1 6.4 6.2 -1.6 -2.9 -0.0 5.0 -2.5 3.8 7.8 5.5 6.6 8.6 5.6 6.2 5.8 -6.8 9.5 8.9 -8.0 3.9 3.6 4.0 3.5 1.1 -1.0 -1.3 2.6 9.2 5.1 9.2 4.9 -2.2 5.0 4.1 -6.6 1.7 6.0 2.8 0.1 3.7 2.4 4.0 -7.4 -3.7 4.0 4.9 7.6 -1.0 -0.8 9.8 4.7 8.1 3.2 4.6 -5.6 7.8 -3.8 2.0 9.5 5.9 0.4 6.3 10.0 -6.2 4.2 -1.5 9.5 2.5 4.0 1.0 6.1 3.5 0.3 -3.6 2.5 7.4 6.2 5.9 1.1 -0.7 -6.0 1.3 6.2 7.8 2.9 4.7 5.6 2.5 -1.2 11.9 0.1 11.2 2.9 2.World Tables Table 15.2 2.2 -5.7 -2.0 4.3 5.9 5.3 5.8 4.0 7.2 7.0 6.4 3.3 4.0 5.0 -5.7 0.4 7.0 13.2 4.3 7.2 6.3 6.2 0.2 7.7 4.8 1.2 -0.1 -0.6 2.4 6.6 7.9 -14.9 -10.9 0.2 3.1 6.3 10.8 4.0 1.2 0.2 2.5 5.6 1.0 n.4 4.3 6.3 6.5 6.9 2.4 n.4 5.4 3.a 6.3 1.1 4.4 0.1 10.3 -2.8 9.0 9.1 -2.8 7.0 1.9 2.1 5.1 -2.0 9.a -1.2 1.6 1.5 -4.8 2.0 4.2 -3.7 6.2 4.3 3.1 5.0 8.0 5.2 3.2 8.3 7.9 3.2 4.5 11.6 5.6 2.5 2.6 7.2 4.2 1.9 2.2 5.4 6.1 2.2 8.4 3.3 4.7 4.5 9.2 5.5 1.9 6.7 6.6 2.0 10.2 5.1 6.6 18.0 4.4 7.1 7.4 9.7 – 3.0 1.0 4.2 8.7 7.0 5.2 2.6 13.7 5.7 10.1 3.4 -10.8 1.5 5.4 4.3 10.8 -2.1 9.4 Developing Countries 4.7 4.1 0.9 4.7 4.0 2.5 4.2 2.5 11.6 4.7 5.3 4.6 2.4 7.8 6.1 2.5 6.7 3.0 7.2 1.8 7.9 5.1 3.3 8.3 1.5 0.8 7.2 3.2 5.9 3.9 7.2 5.7 1.6 6.5 3.6 8.9 8.8 6.5 3.8 8.8 5.9 7.0 4.1 4.5 4.8 21.4 5.4 2.7 11.2 6.7 1.0 2.4 -1.9 4.5 11.4 -3.0 4.8 0.1 4.6 6.2 5.4 1.3 1.2 0.3 5.8 4.2 4.0 4.2 5.8 3.6 4.2 8. April 2010 174 .1 7.2 3.5 6.2 10.0 4.6 3.3 4.3 4.6 11.4 3.9 4.8 7.9 n.7 7.a 2.2 3.7 7.2 0.2 2.0 6.9 8.5 1.2 7.2 7.1 2.8 5.7 1.3 7.9 4.3 3.3 2.3 2.9 6.7 3.2 4.9 2.8 7.1 2.3 1.5 4.0 5.9 8.5 2.0 17.1 2.5 1.6 4.3 7.1 4.8 6.1 3.0 7.3 9.2 7.6 3.8 4.4 Africa Botswana Ethiopia Ghana Kenya Nigeria South Africa Tanzania Uganda Zimbabwe Asia Bangladesh Bhutan China Fiji India Indonesia Korea Malaysia Maldives Myanmar Nepal Pakistan Papua New Guinea Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Europe Hungary Lithuania Romania Turkey Middle East Bahrain Egypt Iran Israel Jordan Kuwait Saudi Arabia Western Hemisphere Argentina Brazil Chile Colombia Jamaica Mexico Panama Paraguay Peru Uruguay World 2.8 1.4 0.6 4.1 5.9 5.5 7.4 5.8 6.8 5.2 8.2 -5.0 9.2 6.4 8.5 4.9 -0.2 7.a 3.2 5.0 11.7 8.9 -0.6 – 3.1 5.8 n.7 -1.4 6.0 2.7 0.7 4.7 5.6 2.7 -0.2 2.3 6.7 5.5 n.9 5.5 2.0 0.6 -4.1 1.5 5.5 1.0 9.2 4.7 2.6 2.8 6.0 7.5 2.9 2.1 7.3 7.4 2.8 10.2 6.7 7.9 9.5 7.7 3.2 1.6 6.0 -5.5 7.4 7.9 7.9 2.0 5.8 1.9 4.9 2.8 5.8 7.2 8.4 4.8 5.8 3.9 3.0 0.4 2.6 6.3 6.1 4.5 8.7 3.4 -0.4 2.2 6.5 1.9 6.7 -3.2 7.7 3.8 6.9 4.6 4.6 Source : World Economic Outlook.4 5.3 5.1 10.7 3.6 5.5 5.2 4.9 7.1 2.1 3.6 13.3 6.4 2.8 7.5 4.1 5.9 10.8 7.1 -4.6 3.2 9.0 4.6 3.5 8.7 5.0 -0.1 1.2 4.8 5.4 1.6 13.3 8.1 4.1 6.2 21.2 6.7 3.5 5.2 11.8 9.4 -4.8 12.4 3.5 2.1 8.6 2.4 – 4.9 3.a 1.0 -3.2 1.9 3.6 5.3 4.9 0.7 3.8 8.0 16.2 2.3 0.4 -4.0 8.6 3.3 6.9 3.6 2.7 5.0 6.0 6.5 9.3 6.2 7.8 5.8 6.4 6.2 0.6 4.8 2.0 -3.6 2.9 8.1 -6.0 9.0 – 3.1 4.3 10.8 2.0 12.9 2.1 4.1 6.2 5.1 2.5 7.1 3.5 1.2 8.7 4.4 8.7 2.0 -3.1 7.1 7.9 6.5 – 7.3 6.5 5.6 -4.8 3.2 Growth of Real GDP Region / Country Percentage 1990 1995 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Industrial Countries Australia Canada Denmark France Germany Greece Japan Italy New Zealand Sweden United Kingdom United States 2.3 1.4 11.5 4.1 9.5 5.0 2.5 10.1 6.9 3.6 0.4 0.2 5.2 3.0 9.1 4.2 -4.1 5.0 8.

5 12.0 4.9 8.4 7.4 1.4 2.3 5.2 2.4 8.5 1.8 1.0 2.6 34.8 4.0 2.2 15.6 10.6 8.5 2.0 2.3 5.1 6.5 19.9 1.4 5.0 4.2 2.5 2.3 3.6 0.1 14.3 5.8 7.3 5.4 0.5 6.8 32.7 2.8 25.4 2.0 6.8 33.7 21.6 10.2 14.6 0.6 8.0 8.7 5. 3.5 3.1 8.1 6.0 2.0 15.1 1.5 4.8 6.8 8.7 9.3 2.8 2.3 9.5 7.5 -0.7 5.4 2.3 2.3 12.3 9.9 5.5 2.5 8.2 4.3 4.0 5.4 5.1 11.6 2.7 3.4 2.3 2.6 2.6 3.1 1.1 8.9 6.6 1.3 3.3 3.0 5.7 25.2 38.8 4.0 10.2 1.3 6.2 10. 60.4 10.3 2.5 13.5 1.6 28.3 1.1 5.8 29.9 6.0 4.8 1.1 3.8 2.8 12.9 2.6 6.0 1.0 6.0 7.2 3.1 12.9 12.6 4.3 4.4 -1.4 25.0 13.4 9.9 35.4 1995 2.6 2.5 3.6 1.4 4.9 9.1 10.6 3.4 5.1 7.8 1.2 1.2 3.1 10. n.3 10.6 3.5 0.0 4.0 7.2 11.411.7 25.5 0.8 50.4 8.4 13.6 3.2 9.0 4.4 -0.3 4.2 9.4 5.9 7.2 25.3 2.6 n.5 4.9 -0.5 4.4 365.5 8.2 Sources : International Financial Statistics.2 9.9 4.3 1.8 15.1 3.1 10.4 14.5 6.9 1.8 7.7 n.2 n.6 13. – Not available.5 7.4 2.8 5.3 0.6 9.6 6.7 4.9 4.0 n.9 2.9 1.2 8.9 6.3 1.7 1.2 1.8 3.9 8.4 6.0 3.9 1.9 1.7 15.2 9.4 7.1 3.4 7.8 24. October 2008 .2 0.6 2.5 4.4 66.1 8.5 9.2 133.5 4.6 12.2 -2.8 3.4 3.8 1.4 11.9 1.7 7.4 4.7 26.3 2.1 4.7 10.4 8.7 35.2 9.7 5.1 1.4 1.8 3.5 4.World Tables Region / Country Industrial Countries Australia Canada Denmark Euro Area France Germany Greece Japan Italy New Zealand Sweden United Kingdom United States Developing Countries Africa Algeria Botswana Ethiopia Ghana Kenya Nigeria South Africa Tanzania Uganda Zambia Zimbabwe Asia Bangladesh Bhutan China Fiji Hongkong India Indonesia Korea Malaysia Maldives Myanmar Nepal Pakistan Papua New Guinea Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka (b) Thailand Europe Hungary Lithuania Poland Romania Russia Turkey Ukraine Middle East Bahrain Egypt Iran Israel Jordan Kuwait Lebanon Saudi Arabia Western Hemisphere Argentina Brazil Chile Colombia Jamaica Mexico Panama Paraguay Peru Uruguay World Table 15.3 15.0 7.2 2.8 4.5 3.6 -1.0 2002 1.1 5.7 112.4 32.9 58.9 5.8 22.4 4.0 26.7 20.5 15.0 19.5 10.9 44.1 7.3 0.2 15.7 9.4 0.6 5.3 7.1 3.4 4.8 5.3 18.0 -0.0 11.8 10.6 8.8 3.3 2.8 9.4 0.3 17.2 5.5 -0.6 6.5 5.0 3.0 6.5 5.9 3.6 7.4 5.3 2.1 10.1 26.1 107.2 13.a.1 11.2 6.2 5.9 1.4 3.0 n.8 5.8 8.4 11.6 5.9 -0.1 4.6 2.1 7.9 2.9 -0.3 4.2 4.4 5.3 9.2 1.3 6.2 197.8 72.1 0.4 9.6 6.2 8.0 1.7 9.6 6.2 44.6 11.7 9.1 5.0 5.9 5.1 6.8 2.6 16.7 19.5 21.2 9.7 3.2 15.3 11.7 25.8 2.8 7.a.8 2.0 10.0 11.4 14.8 9.9 4.a.7 24.5 2.4 2.3 4.0 1.1 9.0 18.3 0.7 6.7 2.096.6 15.3 3.6 2.1 2.1 4.7 5.4 4.8 8.6 2.8 8.4 3.4 4.0 12.5 16.7 4.1 10.0 2.5 4.8 -0.3 2.3 9.3 0.0 -7.4 2.5 0.7 8.7 -0.2 7. 10.2 16.4 14.6 10.0 3.6 11.4 6.3 39.1 10.8 1.0 10.a.6 4.3 13.5 0.1 8.6 2.2 2.2 2.2 1.0 8.8 2.8 0.7 3.9 7.1 2.1 4.1 n.8 0.6 20.1 42.6 11.4 15.3 -0.4 (a) Per centage change of annual average Consumer Price Index.1 22.5 6.6 17.7 3.1 6.7 8.8 2.3 2.8 1. n.9 1.4 0.8 1.1 0.7 2.5 -0.2 7.4 11.5 9.3 1.2 2.9 22.6 11.0 3.2 2.6 3.4 6.314.8 1.7 0.4 3.6 4.1 4.4 4.1 1.5 10.0 1.0 153.4 -0.0 13.5 9.4 77.3 19.1 1.0 -0.2 14.4 -0.1 n.4 2.9 0.6 3.6 14.7 2.2 2.6 2. 0.6 2.2 1.6 10. 555.3 0.1 4.6 3.2 4.3 0.6 7.3 22.5 2.0 74.2 7.0 10.3 2.3 7.a.8 15.9 5.6 3.3 0.4 3.1 11.6 9.2 5.8 8.4 3.4 6.9 2.4 88. 2003 1.0 1.9 -2.2 37.7 49.0 2.0 2.0 4. January 2011.a.3 1.4 0.7 6.8 8.2 6.7 -0.8 0.9 10.2 10.9 4.5 1.0 302.7 1.7 2.8 1.3 1.8 6.7 175 2004 Percentage 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2.0 5.1 8.0 8.2 9.9 17.5 2.2 9.9 7.2 22.9 -0.6 -2.1 0.7 8.3 0.8 7.2 7.0 3.4 350.7 1.3 8.5 13.3 14.2 3.0 1.4 6.6 17.8 0.0 17.3 2.8 12.7 12.3 3.4 2.5 6.5 6.1 16.5 9.1 1.3 Consumer Price Changes(a) 1990 5.5 2.0 14.1 7.1 6.0 14.5 18.5 4.1 8.a.7 2.8 -3.8 3.5 6.1 1.1 3.9 1.947.2 2. 4.3 2. (b) New Colombo Consumer Price Index (2002 =100) was used from 2004 n.1 6.7 6. IMF World Economic Outlook.8 5.8 0.0 2.a.3 5.6 2.3 5.8 2.6 4.8 2.3 0.0 9.6 2.8 11.481.1 3.3 11.0 22.7 1.3 2. 4.1 503.5 2.0 10.8 17.8 5.8 1.9 -0.2 9.2 8.0 2.3 3. 1.3 7.9 16.2 2.1 3.4 2.3 13.4 3.3 10.5 0.7 2.8 2.6 0.3 9.1 2.8 3.8 26.8 62.7 16.3 6.9 2.7 9.7 3.4 8.1 12.6 1.2 2.7 12.5 3.8 9.8 1.3 3.5 6.7 3.2 3.4 8.8 45.9 11.8 38.6 5.4 3.1 10.4 7.2 2.0 6.6 6.1 6.1 2.a.7 2.0 4.6 9.5 4.8 10.3 3.8 5.7 8.5 11.0 0.8 25.0 26.5 5.3 1.5 29.3 5.8 2.2 3.6 29.9 2.7 2.2 8.1 1.0 2.6 4.3 5.0 3.7 0.8 2.8 1.6 5.4 35.1 2.9 7.3 3.6 3.9 2.8 7.4 1.5 15.3 9.2 21.a.1 376.5 16.0 9.9 1.1 2.8 7.4 1.2 6.3 1.7 26.6 10.3 3.0 3.5 13.7 3.3 4.5 3.0 8.1 5.6 4.3 1.1 5.2 4.3 11.3 5.7 3.8 10.3 17.0 29.6 8.5 8.7 7.5 3.8 3.8 2.3 n.1 3.8 4.a.8 4.

944 544.028 209.654 452.265 99.040 1.537 13.097 299.584 136.368 49.280 2.367 3.190 2.133 80.463 52.347 31.840 136.678 118.885 147.867 28.301.641 40.615 29.930 17.200 1.952.960 1.280 4.511 20.677 28.302 5.228 38.091 12.304 65.456 493 510 593 553 588 679 794 1.160 11.162.992.300 12.434 372.779 70.904 168.245 125.552 3.926 354.396 189.270 49.419 325.110 2.260 289.861 2.954 286.926 22.370 153.540 372.880 3.509 362.874 2.620 65.377.390 10.328 188.780 1.720 6. Congo Ethiopia Kenya Nigeria South Africa Tanzania Uganda Zimbabwe Asia Bangladesh Bhutan China Fiji Hongkong India Indonesia Korea Malaysia Maldives Mongolia Myanmar Nepal Pakistan Papua New Guinea Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Vietnam Europe Poland Romania Russia Turkey Ukraine Middle East Bahrain Egypt Israel Jordan Kuwait Saudi Arabia United Arab Emirates Western Hemisphere Argentina Brazil Chile Guyana Jamaica Mexico Panama Paraguay Peru Uruguay World Table 15.700 1.750 2.806 60.150 1. August 2009.520 907.990.036 1.950 56.485 6.670 148.065 152.270 1.267 75.760 14.736 2.540 451.972 15.351 46.721 103.502 36.402.301 135.178 130.649 99.114 1.860 131.163 65.954 116.832 123.789 54.843 476.007.000 2.311 7.510 164.675 594.684 3.665 66.942 18.530 10.723 36.627 1.260 7.509 5.325.217.201.162 56.980 1.483 361.246 29.765 34.806 149.560 1.649 197.323 1.295 130.263 6.070 1.740 301.576 61.446 751.618 42.369 125.062 47.907.539 107.640 8.040 147 128 126 129 158 195 185 2.233 9.913 11.550 342.049 14.176 26.840 2.600 2.412 353.628.051 16.465 371.236.333 96.485 27.870.164 64.889 2.043 356.529 137.979 183.958.182 198.364 7.588 60.437 4.050 23.000 668.287 1.394 272.832 7.148 55.887 1.065 1.556 10.937 119.099 186.620 121.080 32.881 1.840 1.080 4.619 23.571.146 51.770 46.767 86.976.674 443 562 884 821 970 1.600 6.007 92.881 31.777 113 133 183 320 562 765 879 325.929 183.666 34.820 120.975.865 4.250 764.703 697.680 39.673 90 113 122 103 135 108 126 524 616 870 1.784 84. IMF International Financial Statistics.000 674.807 160.826 90.963 416.870 160.200 2009 7.290 4.539 3.825 2.962 762 1.038.930 13.593.713 36.069 2.871 365.336 40.621 303.367 23.442 615.543 1.453 93.308 269.590 110 3.817 4.016 62.682 165.790 1.876 17.030 699.403 471.531 416.441 272.883 7.996 15.566 34.550 498.World Tables Region / Country Industrial Countries Australia Canada Denmark France Germany Greece Italy Japan New Zealand Sweden United Kingdom United States Developing Countries Africa Botswana Central African Rep.093 1.027 17.500 175.476 85.905 81.326.050 2.620 83.571 176.405 3.605 48.400 347.347 109.694 16.563 13.207 243.122 30.107 19.272 132.731 867 17.931 3.531 50.500 2.891 250.242 1.026.442 280 1.127.615 7.310 5.420 105.683 948 3.640 19.771 818.024 3.108 80.231 254.000 76.122.800 194.158 1.460 468.744 140.133 5.010 53.739 304.997 117.736.685 580.501.529 1.920 559.096 947.845 284.950 568 662 772 822 828 894 849 9.042 49.818.300.794 6.272 338.817 253.085 152.489 422.180 1.540.129 1.319.107 70.185 341.879 47.934 6.370 3.299 304.360 169.198 2.380 3.957 23.585 6.810 353.452 608.550 12.490 4.725 7.394 18.816 344.561 46.591 437.434 4.444 65.784 38.637 902 1.688 1.652 13.451.474 1.792 89.164 1.018 1.205 125. January 2011.788 15.530 20.167 26.195 14.576 40.950 568.324 102.293 3.235 229.069 311.362 73.850 2.685 396.523 4.505 20.200 9.485 31.471 193.248 110.394 38.022 2.180 23.922 4.405 123.675 1.437.838 20.198 4.008 57.347 6.200 26.680 25.000 1.808 406.535 107.513 4.830 27.493 118.337 316.427 52.562 91.317 6.826.267 58.084 213.600 3.379 16.980 625.084 96.190 261.329 313.175 69.807 299.650 434.490 315.900 7.380 1.770 796.402 1.313 4.578 490.315 13.860 16.566 5.464 72.900 Sources : International Financial Statistics.120 8. IMF 176 .454.380 16.483 2.699 5.641 2.250 59.180 884.681 5.211 782.308 1.997 180.679 911.400 1.965 252.043 1.200 13.649 271.377 427.880 10.107.306 233.116 2.472 25.884 314.177 144.020 2.708 101.319 3.817 565.463 7.230 1.726 471.555 2.111 68.369 20.092 224.188 499.708 6.869 56.596 371.416 50.537 73.103 724.885 5.388 102.827 846 864 940.990 41.546 86.000 15.326 761.711 211.803 153.176 4.175 5.542 160.928 416.4 Exports 2002 2003 2004 US $ Million 2005 2006 2007 2008 3.100 460.000 231.180 21.813 4.431 389.207 2.528 359.033 71.820 1.870 2.675 49.038.902 6.500 62.850 1.906 2.524 32.499 1.320 758.520 41.683 73.055 291.417 12.510 9.907 276.995 51.122.124 172.680 854.953 969.428.065 60.582 977.056.000 259.957 469.438.790 650 318.606 162.049.505 154.388 693.975.500 4.046 2.680 67.953 4.951 121.944 1.770 3.700 87.726 39.799 303.145 57.411 2.014 139.637 229.421 6.718 424.750 4.757 6.200 39.950 480 500 678 903 1.730 32.320 2.617 17.903.180 1.233 11.313 62.293 141.344 21.714 9.614 152.761 443.143 39.082 3.970 1.681 550.568 55.626 58.750 5.068 76 1.887 31.130 4.660 549 670 693 701 679 755 908 200.719 24.600 7.614 2.247 951 1.007 93.680 1.899 593.931 714.599 44.323.428.287 142.482 46.296 66.670 1.650 29.103 10.905 649.

106 422.139 36.210 232.482 922.631 8.254 1.471 329.918.710 4.438 1.184 1. Congo Ethiopia Kenya Nigeria South Africa Tanzania Uganda Zimbabwe Sri Lanka Thailand Vietnam Europe Hungary Poland Romania Russia Turkey Ukraine Middle East Bahrain Egypt Israel Jordan Kuwait Oman Saudi Arabia United Arab Emirates Western Hemisphere Argentina Brazil Chile Colombia Guyana Jamaica Mexico Paraguay Peru Uruguay World 113.259 490.605.000 75.100 570.764 24.410 1.940 206.825 2.171 898 207.113 17.953 1.084 2.160 5.280 5.250 59.250 10.100 619.630 550 1.140 2.969 118.466 2.535 389.829.618 1.977 210.980 34.406 26.304 3.710 6.931 66.897 1.039 1.645 19.229 1.296 384.463 137.613 44.628 32.375.388 29.161 139.964 601 791.380 206.400 9.250.005 42.909 4.400 12.251 1.206 124.645 47.413 182.217 370.293 550.125 1.287 1.289 54.502 127.647 51.725 10.728 46.395.681 42.631 563.273 417.915 69.552 35.964 370.311 26.085 246.383 131.681.221.735 21.343 59.720 4.710 1.657.265.196 12.023 2.944 6.723 17.693 967 2.000 120 860 2.785 64.104 133.923 1.388 3.046 889 5.930 297.036 168.900 322.110 65.163 33.056.390 245.170 1.775 67.418.630 261.987 5.790 14.831 762.700 14.620 7.672 322.222 380.047 66.447 17.623 3.345 163.243 178.842 75.782 451.080 165.169 6.846 146.200 5.100 356.876 4.600 11.790 19.964 85.737 509.620 2.004.859 42.052.232 173 1.377 61.238 114.091 1.570 54.000 356.081 4.696 1.000 12.314 268.530 48.200.381 13.190 12.533 176.730 3.206 39.190 7.800 2.760 78.735.267 1.246 2.566 780.712 1.578 5.775 3.330 8.800 97.863 94.673 41.667.475 153.038 1.693 77.944 31.664 107.576 45.330 8.757 756.290 12.021 2.672 527.817 514.510 7.480 94.666 3.754 13.715 4.357 1.652 140.794 16.920 17.714 134.233 1.275 164.726 918.770 80.511 21.854 111.060 8.843 123.033 29.682.722 50.660 1.323 631.091 865.280 2.642 178.310 10.783 100.485 319.887 311.970 3.734.780 1.320 1.074 8.300 2.170 201.260 3.186.126 79. IMF .943 687.181 42.050 109.680 125.622.496 15.707 126.131.310 8.280 10.384 279.987 6.World Tables Imports Region / Country Industrial Countries Australia Canada Denmark France Germany Greece Italy Japan New Zealand Sweden United Kingdom United States Table 15.559 454.314 97.740.299 3.775 54.063 59.990 49.100 44.795 60.278 14.909 32.914 197 295.450 5.021 56.063 60.647 228.114 531.034 149.387 335.263 771 956.128 12.854 1.599 411 561.774 36.720 6.480 45.329 3.940 20.436 1.805 24.505 2.364 109.463 620.059 6.060 139.208 6.989 37.070 39.746 651 3.670 10.550 60.915 52.903 40.158 714.474 80.541 69.394 296.667 127.196 1.533 142.245 7.827 59.532.560 3.281 331.663 16.821 3.930 78.242 10.525.542 355.574 440.253 357.303.620 3.900 1.157 9.364 32.686 93.463 105.117 3.293 27.120 96.419 11.000 71.965 321.922 384.296 4.658 309.616 4.605 1.726 2.084 245.140 37.142 10.900 14.230 89.090 44.501 3.700 11.311 256.300 17.704 300 2.533 17.865 44.437 34.087 4.100 72.903 39.210 310 2.000 578.877 224.801 367.460 231.420 11.517 5.392 3.581 482.090 13.637 87.491.927 2.460 1.576 88.706 19.164 53.607 1.096 2.446 271.180 4.433 24.824 2.269.164 1.490 2009 8.186.459 84.397 159.045 51.750 106.499 48.886 442.725 25.132 59.539 140.948 471 801 2.200 16.105 93.978 90.802 26.074 181.490 47.516 249 413.801 8.231 152 900 3.700 6.127 6.039 13.312 7.240 165.700 7.501 4.550 28.131 4.681 178.378 101.047 1.881 514 659.734 325.348 1.410 5.063 49.880 2.690 227.075 82.949 1.155 2.094 25.788 55.169.466 2.074 42.944 20.565 84.464.734 245.013 12.832 69.253 311.785 127.858.517 38.931 32.298 642 1.000 75.172 6.103 546.540 Asia Bangladesh Bhutan China.206 452.517 35.744 72.495.256 484.834 50.480 12.260 9.918 718.853 41.104 6.950 57.906 81.085 203 1.939 17.235 37.158 36.708 263.085 927 1.865 89.426.837 170.090 17.410 745 1.408 128.656 16.964 200.530 77.503 2.010 11.505 320.850 7.997 280.680 1.334 11.889 8.097 11.654 257.259 120.680 77.066 230 2.082 217.238 42.215 121.669 31.928 45.863 694.337 3.077 7.003 83.050 6.767 1.869 392 691 2.081 238.444 49.194 246.580 20.021 237.927 120 700 1.564 2.020 9.441 1.570.5 US $ Million 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 4.314 62.398 92.119.644 56.680 22.602 1.805 7.900 2.020.336 389.313.410 2.530 414.158 95.375 382.400 2008 200.195 100.648 3.470 4.738 563 3.149 21.783 1. People’s Rep.368 28.948 Developing Countries Africa Botswana Central African Rep.445 66.859 23.268.895 2.530 7.783 26.802 334.925 115.547 29.602 68.136 347.926 556.993 642.303 5.649 85.553 74.743 10.106 181.572 36.062 1.204 8.698 604.046.782.984 140.256 210.977 116.180 116.874 22.970 22.348 18.128.262.550 4.652 546.892 580 3.590 2.261.220 9.260 8.602 245.862 67.949 31.864 8.700 8.111 1.900 10.020 9.204 788 4.074 99.410 140.246 388. Fiji Hongkong India Indonesia Korea Malaysia Maldives Mongolia Myanmar Nepal Pakistan Papua New Guinea Philippines Singapore 1.885.553 14.400 14.001 6.879 633.470 347.815 47.310 152.486 2.473 941 1.352 15.506 15.150 5.697 178.966 489.040 57.607 299.723 44.356 39.000 73.864 486.677 65.827 81.410 31.451 435.133 158. January 2011.385 12.496 5.946 49.120 3.158 23.934 1.637 23.207 947.004 24.121 579.400 Source : 177 International Financial Statistics.164 337.946.435 493.837 38.680 2.

4 4.886 8.543 0.3 Low Human Development 20.2 80.3 80.490 0.928 0.6 11.3 74.0 10.9 56.0 11.971 8.5 48.7 81.683 0.2 9.661 36.0 10.7 48.3 9.1 15.907 0.5 5.6 69.0 79.885 0.774 0.7 0.846 0.4 13.7 73.917 0.8 79.5 13.227 1.3 13.5 13.0 4.469 0.7 9.889 4.2 38.624 – 69.5 16.5 8.3 67.3 0.090 22.6 11.1 16.8 18.422 11.8 7.0 80.989 0.750 0.6 8.890 0.589 0.658 25.3 91 74.341 35.134 6.1 74.868 7.872 0.225 – 72.224 4.5 72.893 29.646 4.2 10.6 13.4 5.6 72.657 0.9 15.258 5.431 0.2 12.760 8.423 0.4 6.941 1.742 0.0 3.752 0.7 79.4 15.1 81.5 11.936 58.677 0.917 34.668 33.0 4.620 0.2 Non-Income HDI Value 2010 0.0 0.979 0. UNDP 178 .2 10.5 11.716 0.8 16.4 8.519 0.357 0.7 4.518 48.4 9.World Tables Table 15.201 2.491 Source : Human Development Report 2010.523 0.1 8.5 10.506 0.815 0.633 0.871 0.902 0.5 70.3 10.5 -38 12 -4 -8 21 -6 2 -11 -4 12 74.4 -9 -11 7 4.824 13.717 Medium Human  Development 0.860 0.2 146 129 157 132 138 142 137 143 – 56.898 0.5 15.902 13.8 6.549 0.4 -47 12 -2 8 12 -12 -10 5 – 0.832 0.0 12.678 4.631 7.094 11.1 83.7 17.692 38.8 14.1 World 0.2 8.863 0.723 0.5 10.663 0.359 7.878 High Human  Development 0.4 15.002 0.9 5.613 0.9 6.679 – 80.320 14.885 0.937 0.634 10 0.428 0.775 0.2 5.4 11.938 0.6 9.4 – 11 6 8 9 9 -11 20 11 4 30 2 16 -19 6 8 -28 -6 5 8.2 72.8 – 55.884 0.9 4.8 14.8 8.9 72.810 29.918 0.436 0.726 13.5 6.897 0.2 15.771 0.600 0.788 0.849 0.2 10.445 12.927 13.286 8.669 0.2 73.915 0.888 0.9 9.707 0.8 11.0 17.393 Angola Bangladesh Ethiopia Myanmar Nepal Nigeria Papua New Guinea Uganda 12.7 67.1 4.4 71.1 16.5 62.0 13.5 10.5 11.566 0.7 12.6 81.638 98 124 89 101 86 119 108 107 125 97 0.3 10.738 -6 7 -3 -3 14 13 -20 -26 12.494 0.587 992 1.8 11.627 0.353 0.006 35.5 4.9 12.3 – 0.511 0.5 82.572 111 92 113 81.6 7. of Korea Singapore Spain Sweden United Arab Emirates United Kingdom USA Algeria Lithuania Malaysia Mexico Peru Romania Saudi Arabia Turkey Botswana Cambodia China Egypt Fiji India Indonesia Maldives Pakistan Philippines Syrian Arab Republic Thailand Vietnam Sri Lanka 0.6 Human Development Index (HDI) and Sub Indices of HDI – 2010 Human HDI Life Gross National Mean Expected GNI per capita Develop- Rank Expectancy Income (GNI) Years of Years of rank minus Country ment at Birth per Capita Schooling schooling HDI rank Index 2010 (PPP 2008 $) 2010 2010 2010 (HDI) Very High Human  Development 0.9 5.6 54.3 77.2 73.8 13.5 69.663 0.1 66.2 82.692 40.4 2 8 16 14 10 21 17 11 7 3 1 12 27 20 9 32 26 4 84 44 57 56 63 50 55 83 0.862 0.7 73.4 61.767 0.438 58.001 2.6 5.596 1.663 0.087 47.3 12.7 12.6 80.658 Australia Canada Finland France Germany Hong Kong Iceland Japan Netherlands New Zealand Norway Rep.0 8.872 34.8 10.447 0.451 0.3 4.156 2.957 5.4 11.308 45.5 12.6 – 69.831 0.8 1.820 0.7 76.337 3.860 0.602 0.897 0.4 16.636 0.3 12.3 16.744 0.315 3.9 81.7 4.679 0.5 12.844 24.869 0.2 64.654 0.204 1.915 0.913 0.877 0.490 4.1 62.424 12.3 37.328 0.592 0.3 72.8 80.726 0.9 8.4 11.783 0.749 – 0.408 2.995 4.3 81.6 10.403 0.785 0.954 0.4 12.8 8.911 0.0 1.7 19.911 0.

660 0.674 0.727 0.826 0.295 –  0.593 0.635 0.620 0.711 –  0.732 0.510 0.692 0.674 0.518 0.782 0.406 0.764 0.907 0.431 –  0.857 0.587 0.600 0.869 0.368 0.556 0.390 –  0.797 0.774 0.316 –  0.856 0.667 0.667 0.633 0.572 0.795 0.637 0.733 0.841 0.869 0.633 0.407 0.566 0.408 0.669 0.633 0.634 0.899 0.403 0.753 0.792 0.887 0.885 0.843 0.786 0.552 0.804 0.458 –  0.310 –  0.463 0.872 0.620 0.576 –  0.483 –  0.880 0.629 0.788 –  0.556 0.523 0.878 0.874 0.593 0.752 0.440 0.789 0.480 0.666 0.426 0.881 0.747 0.569 0.789 0.878 High Human Development 0.869 –  0.770 0.250 –  0.737 0.869 0.328 0.820 0.415 0.651 0.635 0.393 0.634 0.857 0.857 0.782 0.644 0.885 0.671 0.324 0.663 0.602 0.690 0.616 0.349 0.904 0.854 0.822 0.312 0.834 –  0.693 0.873 0.655 0.853 0.849 0.662 0.567 0.313 –  –  0.500 0.723 0.390 0.400 0.656 0.794 0.877 0.597 98 124 89 101 86 119 108 107 97 110 0.627 0.210 –  0.859 0.845 0.863 0.638 0.756 0.583 0.888 0.561 0.505 0.890 0.815 0.851 0.271 –  0.376 0.750 0.875 0.938 0.838 –  0.512 0.587 0.717 0.457 0.679 84 44 57 56 63 50 65 55 83 0.287 0.361 0.659 0.730 0.800 0.696 0.451 0.695 0.827 0.648 0.586 0.635 0.677 0.719 0.870 0.659 0.709 0.627 0.776 0.393 0.412 0.729 0.World Tables Human Development Index Table 15.845 0.810 0.541 0.620 0.828 0.482 0.824 0.467 0.644 0.813 0.589 0.513 0.726 0.402 0.693 0.611 0.861 0.815 0.896 0.428 0.523 –  0.925 0.658 Australia Canada Finland France Germany Hong Kong Iceland Italy Japan Korea.703 0.432 0.847 0.560 –  –  0.443 –  0.688 0.584 –  0.914 0.886 0.732 0.814 0.653 0.7 1980 – 2010 HDI Rank 2010 1980 1990 1995 2000 2005 2009 2010 Very High Human Development 0.431 0.600 0.783 0.350 –  –  0.654 0. Rep.744 0.824 0.884 0.551 0.423 0.846 0.883 0.616 0.513 0.581 0.350 0.386 0.937 0.810 0.552 0.572 92 113 0.851 0.281 0.782 0.881 0.419 0.745 0.259 –  –  0.800 0.595 0.718 0.631 0.494 0.651 0.677 0.564 0.889 0.460 0.566 0.636 0.739 0.937 0.823 0.608 0.893 0.725 0.932 0.324 0.851 0.690 0.888 0.767 0.865 0.416 0.366 0.675 0.691 0.693 0.863 0.867 0.508 –  0.807 0.597 –  0.872 0. UNDP 179 .883 0.601 0.745 0.872 0.560 0.612 0.616 0.846 0.469 0.698 0.812 0.775 0.380 0.537 0.902 – 2 8 16 14 10 21 17 23 11 12 7 3 1 27 20 9 13 32 26 4 – – 0.320 0.581 0.791 0.748 0.766 0.519 0.385 0.869 0.344 –  0.773 0.819 0.825 0.825 0.842 0.602 0.696 75 Medium Human Development 0.848 0.836 0.558 0.540 0.877 0.440 0.935 0.862 0.555 0.868 0.399 0.837 0.797 0.779 0.546 0.692 0.768 0.484 0.619 0.871 0.855 0.906 –  0.884 0.594 0.388 0.466 0.422 91 – 146 129 157 132 138 142 137 143 Source : Human Development Report 2010.849 0.375 –  –  0.349 0.895 0.680 0.873 0. of Netherlands New Zealand Norway Singapore Spain Sweden Switzerland United Arab Emirates United Kingdom USA Algeria Lithuania Malaysia Mexico Peru Romania Russian Fedaration Saudi Arabia Turkey Venezuela (Bolibarian Republic of) Botswana Cambodia China Egypt Fiji India Indonesia Maldives Philippines South Africa Thailand Viet Nam Sri Lanka Low Human Development Angola Bangladesh Ethiopia Myanmar Nepal Nigeria Papua New Guinea Uganda 0.764 0.489 0.714 0.332 –  0.712 0.614 0.389 0.649 0.423 0.592 0.838 0.815 0.444 0.867 0.

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